Good Contracts Make for Success Stories for Cloud Computing and ERP Systems

28 February 2010 Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog Blog
Authors: Peter Vogel

As more business rely on cloud computing and ERP systems it is essential to negotiate contracts to suit the needs of each enterprise. Please watch my new video entitled "The Price You Pay for IT: From ERP to Cloud Computing" where many of the important IT contract topics are presented.

Videos from SmartPros Ltd.

It is an honor to be a contributor to the library of video programs for SmartPros Ltd. which I have done since 2001. I encourage you to investigate SmartPros Ltd. where my video is one of many outstanding programs for “corporate accounting, financial management, public accounting, governmental and not-for-profit accounting, financial services training, banking, engineering, legal, and ethics and compliance.”

Farr Systems/BravoTECH CIO Roundtable Breakfast

In February I had the privilege to participate in a CIO Roundtable sponsored by Farr Systems and BravoTECH and here is a summary of the topics we discussed:

Please reach out to my friends Phil Farr (Farr Systems) and Andrew Jackson (BravoTECH) to discuss important IT issues. I thank Farr Systems and BravoTECH for allowing me to participate with a group of CIO leaders. Events such as this allow IT leaders to share experiences and create thought-provoking discussion about common thorny issues confronting businesses today, including cloud computing and social networking.


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