Share On

Cloud Integration Definition

Technological advancements have brought about a sea of change, or rather streamlined business processes globally. The advent of the cloud infrastructure and its utilization has been a pioneer in this change. An increase in the number of organizations embracing cloud has motivated technology service providers to offer tools to expand and integrate other functions with the cloud platform. CRM and ERP are undoubtedly the applications most commonly integrated with the cloud. The integration of CRM is particularly helpful for the sales team, as information from the cloud and the CRM system can be used to carry out market researches, advertisement campaigns, and business surveys. Connectivity between different functional teams can be enhanced within an organization integrating related tools.

Cloud Integration may be defined as a process to connect all the applications, allowing all the data to be shared on a single mobile platform. Cloud Integration eliminates the need for a physical hardware to store data. This data will be readily available to the user anywhere, anytime and on any device; thus promoting agility and efficiency amongst the employees. Furthermore, the elimination of physical hardware and its maintenance relieves valuable resources for the company which can be utilized for several other useful functions.

            In times of an expansion, the cloud integration system will seamlessly allow the increase in the number of users and in the number of applications. Cloud Integration boosts the connectivity within the company by supporting cross-company processes and has features to allow communication amongst employees. The use of Cloud Integration within a company also keeps the data safe from being altered by an unauthorized party. Cloud Integration has become widely popular amongst business organizations, corporations and government agencies for factors like accessibility, mobility, connectivity, expandability and time-conservative features. The popularity of technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning has created an expectation of more sophisticated and effective integration tools in the future.

Cloud ERP: Helping Manufactures Keep up with the Times

White Paper By: Mint Jutras

Cloud ERP for manufacturing is now becoming an integral part of the business operations of the major manufacturing concerns. A survey was conducted to investigate cloud ERP goals and benchmark performance of cloud based ERP implementations in light of the changing operational landscape for manufacturers. Moving to a subscription licensing and cost model, the ability to access anywhere,...

Cloud Sandboxing for Financial Services

White Paper By: Quali

Cloud Sandboxing for Financial Services will ensure that your applications run smoothly on your large and complex infrastructure.  Financial Services applications are becoming more complex and sophisticated – embracing newer technologies while at the same time having to support core services that are based on legacy and on-premises specialized systems. This...

Cloud Computing Security Public vs Private Cloud Computing

White Paper By: Parallels

For CIOs and CEOs, cloud computing security is still a hot topic for discussion. The debate continues as to whether a public, private or hybrid cloud approach is best. While there are complex factors that can inform a decision between public or private cloud, security is the biggest. Choosing public vs private cloud services can be challenging, it is important to analyze the differences...

The Forrester Wave: Hybrid Integration For Enterprises, Q4 2016

White Paper By: Software AG

The hybrid integration market is growing because more EA professionals see the broad capabilities and use-case flexibility as a way to address key business challenges. This market growth is in large part due to firms rethinking their integration strategies. To assess the state of the hybrid integration market and see how the vendors stack up against each other, the strengths and weaknesses...

Parallels Remote Application Server on Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform Design VMware ESX & vCenter

White Paper By: Parallels

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) can help many large-scale businesses and organizations save money, simplify client image management, improve data security, and enable remote connectivity from any device. Considering the initial capital expense and overall complexity involved with implementing a traditional VDI solution, it’s no wonder that many cost-conscious customers,...

Continuous Improvement: Integrating SPC and TPM

White Paper By: DataLyzer

An important continuous improvement tool for manufacturing organizations is Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). Although both TPM and SPC (Statistical process control) are continuous improvement techniques, it is normally not perceived that they have the same goals An accurate and practical implementation of a continuous improvement program which integrates both TPM and SPC methods can be...

follow on linkedin follow on twitter follow on facebook 2018 All Rights Reserved | by: