Cloud Tech

Is The Cloud Really Just Someone Else’s Computer?

“Is the cloud really just someone else’s computer?” Can an industry that is growing as fast as the cloud be the result of some ad gimmick? Amazon Web Services (AWS) reported results on April 25 showing that their sales grew to $7.7 billion compared to $5.44 billion in the same period last year. If AWS maintains this incredible growth over subsequent quarters, they could add $9.04 billion in revenue during a one-year period. The incremental revenue from AWS alone would be greater than the revenue that enabled Adobe to claim the #339 spot on the Fortune 500 list in 2019.

New Research Reveals Business Benefits of Connecting Employee and Customer Engagement

Here’s a situation most people can relate to: You buy a product, and when it arrives, there’s something wrong with it—for instance, it was damaged in shipment or doesn’t operate as advertised. Mildly frustrated, you open the company’s mobile app to send a message but discover no such messaging capabilities exist. Next, you reach out through Facebook, but nobody answers. Finally, you bite the bullet and try to find the company’s service phone number on their website. Ten minutes after searching, you find it and call in.

There’s No Partnership without Loyalty and Trust

Trust and loyalty are two currencies the channel relies on for growth, and yet sadly are frequently disregarded for more margin.
At PlanetOne, loyalty and trust are earned, expected and highly rewarded. We don’t have the time or desire to do business with people or organizations we can’t rely on to do right by every stakeholder in any deal…