Small Business Trends 2015

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 Daily Herald - Small Business Trends 2015


Small Business Trends 2015

Jody S. Jankovsky, managing partner of Black | Line Consulting in Naperville:  

Small Business Trends 2015: For the small and mid-sized business (SMB), 2015 will see a continued adoption of cloud-based technologies to run business applications and replace aging infrastructure.  For example, Microsoft’s cloud product offering for email and collaboration (MS365) is a slam-dunk for customers planning Exchange upgrades this year.  In addition, 2015 will see a significant increase in security and disaster recovery initiatives driven by the fact SMBs operational efficiencies are closely intertwined with information technology and therefore very sensitive to interruption.  In summary, SMBs should be seriously considering the adoption of cloud-based solutions for their entire IT operation in order to take advantage of the cost savings, stability and scalability these technologies provide.

Published in the December 26, 2014 Daily Herald:  Original article here

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by Jody Jankovsky | December 26, 2014 |

Written by Jody Jankovsky

Jody Jankovsky

Jody is a Managing Member and Founder of Black Line. Jody started in the software world at the age of 12, helping his dad test software in their garage. He understands that business people are busy doing what they excel at, which leaves little time to keep up with IT trends, decide what technology is best for them, and manage the people to make sure they’re getting the most out of it. That’s why he started Black Line, to give business people peace of mind that their technology was in good hands.

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