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Don't be expecting to find a new PC at your desk. CIO survey says: PC's are the "lowest-rated" spending priority, but tablets are "key" to their organizations. Better get comfy using an iPad.

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Saw this on Brilliant Ads LinkedIn page.  Loved it.
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iPads seemingly do everything, but other tablets are specializing for business, gaming, media, kids. Do you want a specialized tablet?

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Tells you which OS app developers believe business users want. Apple (iOS) by a 3x landslide.

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Would you agree with these top 5 accounting software trends?
How accounting software is hosted, bought and used has changed over the past few years. Here are the top 5 trends that don't seem to be going away anytime soon.
1. Cloud-based
2. Comprehensive Functionality
3. 3rd Party Application Integration
4. Remote Implementation Support
5. Analytics

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The Beginning of the End for QuickBooks?
Do you think small businesses are going to move away from on-premise QuickBooks solutions? QB dominates the desktop, but when looking at cloud accounting software, there are already several good options on the market. This article is saying that QuickBooks Online may not be a strong enough offering to keep customers on a QuickBooks solution. 

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Big news for independent merchants!
 Square is partnering with inventory tracking software, Stitch Labs. This partnership will allow merchants to sync their inventory across different channels. (Think brick-and-mortar stores and stands -- which can be powered by Square -- and online shops like Etsy and Ebay, which operate their own marketplaces and credit card processing services.) 

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You can't ship what you don't know you have. It's all about the inventory software.
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Is it Finally Time for WMS in the Cloud?
Most logistics managers today know the benefits of supply chain software in the Cloud: faster and lower cost implementations; easy, automatic upgrades; no upfront software license fees, and more.

While Cloud-based solutions have taken off in areas like transportation management, Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) have been slow to the Cloud game. The factors include minimal support from the largest WMS players, concern about system response times for areas like RF or material handling systems, modest functionality in existing Cloud WMS solutions - some valid, some more just perceptions.
 
But the times have changed. Smart development means WMS is ready for the Cloud right now - enabling companies to go to the Cloud for the most basic to the most demanding distribution environments.
 
This new white paper explores in detail the barriers to WMS in the Cloud - and how they have now been overcome.
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