Tag: SMB

On December 27, 2016

Selling SaaS to the SMB

Cloud products, especially Software as a Service (SaaS), are the current “big thing” in IT, helping companies obtain what they need in more flexible delivery methods. In the small to medium business (SMB) arena, this is an especially valuable software model, yet some companies delay making the switch. Following are ways to make cloud products more
On December 5, 2016

Outsourcing Security: Making the Right Call

Cloud and “as a Service” vendors offer nearly everything these days, from software to development platforms and network infrastructure. This has given companies affordable options, especially in the small to medium business (SMB) category. One service offering, security, has begun to rise in popularity. Here’s what to know when considering a transition to an outsourced
On September 15, 2016

Looking into the Future of Cloud Systems

From individuals on social media to large scale enterprise networks, cloud solutions are now a staple in technology. Over the past decade, cloud adoptions have grown exponentially and are predicted to continue over the next several years. Cloud Capabilities The list of the areas where cloud is found to be useful is certainly significant. As
On September 9, 2016

APIs: A Secret Weapon for Small Businesses

Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, may represent a key to success and substantial cost savings for companies of all sizes, but especially for small businesses and startups. These tools can help reduce company overhead and cut costs in surprising ways. APIs manage the interactions between applications and control access to a company’s digital data. Using
On May 20, 2016

7 Ways Managed Services from Coda Global Can Help SMBs

Corporate priorities are shifting, and many functions that were previously performed in-house are now being outsourced to managed services operations. One of the most prevalent shifts has been the transition of IT functions like security and regular maintenance to managed services companies. This frees in-house IT personnel to focus on strategic projects rather than day-to-day work.