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Confidence in the Cloud

Companies that continue to manage their own IT systems on site are spending too much for a system that lacks sufficient security, says John Flavin, executive vice president for global manufacturing at Infor, which supplies enterprise software solutions to the auto industry.

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Companies that continue to manage their own IT systems on site are spending too much for a system that lacks sufficient security, says John Flavin, executive vice president for global manufacturing at Infor, which supplies enterprise software solutions to the auto industry.

Moving a company's data to the cloud cuts operating costs, significantly improves security, assures automatic updates to the most current software and allows the company to easily add new facilities to the network, Flavin adds. He points out that a cloud-based solution also unlocks capital for new capacity, equipment and other growth-oriented activities.

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