Today, it remains as no surprise that ‘security’ tops the list of concerns when it comes to cloud adoption, according to software strategies blog “Future of Cloud Computing Survey 2015. In fact, the primary pushbacks related to using the cloud usually fall into these four categories:

“…security (45.2%), regulatory/compliance (36%), privacy (28.7%), lock-in (25.8%) and complexity (23.1%).”

Businesses show more confidence in buying software online.

Yet businesses are embracing cloud services with more confidence. They are seeing great improvements in “interoperability and reliability.” Just four years ago, the survey noted almost a 16% push back as opposed to a remarkable 9.9% during 2015.

It may seem difficult to imagine, but when it comes to purchasing software the online arena is where a big share of the purchases are made. In fact, a global survey noted the important role that online purchasing is taking:

“…over 50% of enterprises opt for online purchasing or direct to provider purchasing of cloud services. Online buying is projected to increase over the next two years up to 56%.”

Microsoft Azure enhances Dynamics SL 2015 features.

Such preferences point to the important role that Microsoft Dynamics SL plays in the small to mid-size business sector. In fact, the most recent release of Dynamics SL 2015, as noted on the Redmond Channel Partner website, enhances project management processes through its optional deployment via Microsoft Azure.

This allows users to benefit from subscription levels touching on Office 365, for example, as well as more and more Web applications for mobile. “including apps for project analysis, project maintenance and project approvals; and improvements to reporting and financial capabilities.”

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