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By Dave Hauser

Cloud sales have skyrocketed in recent years, but if the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry expects to hit Forbes’ projected $67 billion by 2018, someone needs to address a very significant user abandonment problem. Businesses of all sizes are buying into the benefits and cost savings that the cloud offers — but they’re not reaping the rewards. Instead, they struggle to install, activate, use, upgrade, and optimize those software and services. In turn, they don’t access the solutions, and they certainly don’t help drive upsell/cross-sells and make renewing subscriptions incredibly difficult. Read Full Article

Guide highlights why end-users fumble with cloud adoption, how profitability is impacted and the options for channel partners LOWELL, Mass., (July 7, 2016) – PlumChoice, Inc., the leader in specialized technical services for the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT), today released, “Traversing the Cloud App Gap: Calling an Audible and Seizing the Market […]

Represents Best-of-Breed Cloud Enablement Services and Ongoing Support of Microsoft Office 365 LOWELL, Mass., (June 7, 2016) – PlumChoice, Inc., the leader in specialized technical services for the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced it has attained Gold competency rating and achieved partner elite status in the Microsoft Cloud Productivity Program. PlumChoice […]

PlumChoice Executive to Focus on How Support Helps Address Consumer Privacy Concerns LOWELL, Mass., (May 23, 2016) – PlumChoice, Inc., the leader in specialized technical services for the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT), announced today that Channing Lai, Director, IoT Product Management will speak about how security concerns and support services can impact […]

KG: You probably saw the news that Dropbox is eyeing a possible IPO in 2017, which means it’s worth revisiting the fact that the cloud storage company had its start at MIT and could have become a Boston-based operation before it was whisked away to San Francisco by Y Combinator. Read More >

Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) aren’t adopting and gaining the benefits of the cloud because they don’t have the time and resources to implement these new technologies and applications—or to get their employees trained to use them. That’s according to The Appification of Small Business, a research e-book by Mountain View, Calif.-based Intuit Inc., creator of the popular QuickBooks software. Here’s what’s going on: Read More >