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The Business Case for Managed Hosting

Source: Aplus.net
Small and medium businesses (SMBs) face many time-consuming tasks when looking for a Web presence, especially if they don’t maintain in-house resources to manage their Web servers. Managed hosting services provide a coordinated, comprehensive solution for SMBs. Discover how managed hosting services can help SMBs tackle these tasks and reduce costs while maintaining reliability, uptime, and security.


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File Transfer Consulting
File Transfer Consulting provides managed file transfer and secure file transfer installation, integration, and training services to companies of all sizes. It specializes in deployments with multiple vendors, and its consultants help to consolidate, migrate, or expand systems with more experienced personnel, at a lower cost than any vendor can provide. Read More...
iCIMS
iCIMS is a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business platforms for the mid-market. As an Inc. 500 honoree and 2009 Software Satisfaction Award winner, we are dedicated to solving corporate business issues through the implementation of easy-to-use web-based software solutions. iCIMS' Talent Platform is a web-based HR software platform for organizations of all sizes, in any industry, worldwide. As the second largest provider of talent acquisition solutions, iCIMS provides recruiters and HR professionals with the collaborative tools that enable them to attract, screen, hire and retain the best talent, helping them gain an edge over the competition. With over 800 clients worldwide including Continental Airlines, eHarmony, eSurance, Hershey's, Liz Claiborne, and Whole Foods, iCIMS' premier Talent Platform allows organizations to control their entire talent lifecycle through a single platform. Candidate management features include: Applicant Tracking, Reporting, Form Automation, Hourly & Salary Hiring, Multi-Lingual Online Career Centers, Screening, Searching, Sourcing, CRM, Compliance, Onboarding, and more. Employee management features include: Employee Data Management, Internal Job Transfers, Employee Referral Programs, PTO Notifications, Performance Management, Surveys, Competency Profiles, and more. iCIMS holds the belief that a product is only as strong as the service behind it and, as a result, is committed to the ongoing pursuit of 100% customer satisfaction. This dedication to customer support and satisfaction has helped iCIMS maintain a near-perfect 97% client retention rate since 2003. iCIMS' industry-leading customer support teams serve clients 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. From hosting and migration services to best practices and consulting engagements, iCIMS provides the value-added support that many competing solution providers simply cannot offer.   Read More...
Sales Tax and the Internet Merchant
Source: Avalara States are looking for revenue sources and online retailers are directly in their line of sight. Uncover the practices that flag your business for auditors. Selling online, attending tradeshows, using drop shippers, and affiliate marketing can have a complicated impact. Understand how your business activities create sales tax obligations and how those obligations should be managed. Read More...


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