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Cloud Computing: Connectivity is holding back cloud-based ERP

Concern about unreliable networks is the main factor why some firms are reluctant to embrace the cloud, writes Killian Woods

7th June, 2015
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Justin Lawless, chief executive, Intact Software

Many businesses in 2015 are moving large elements of their business to cloud-based systems, as technology in this area begins to rapidly advance. This is not the case for every sector, however, as certain lines of business are exercising caution about moving their ERP systems onto what they feel are unreliable networks.

“It’s all about connectivity issues in certain areas,” said Justin Lawless, chief executive of Intact Software.

“I think there is...

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