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Moving IT to the Cloud

It's time for manufacturers to move their on-site IT systems to the cloud, according to Infor.

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It's time for manufacturers to move their on-site IT systems to the cloud, according to Infor.

The global provider of enterprise software offers solutions that work on the ground, in the cloud or a hybrid of both. But Jeff Rheingans, who heads Infor's software development for the automotive sector, says the reasons for making the shift to a cloud-based solution are compelling:

  • Far superior security with military-grade encryption
  • Sharply lower investment and maintenance costs
  • Smaller and predictable operating expense
  • Instant software updates delivered globally
  • Ability to quickly add and remove facilities
  • Easier project collaboration
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