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    At the Rocky Mountain Energy Summit in Denver, CO, we were busy having discussions with clients, prospects and consultants about our new software product, OGpro . After an initial overview of OGpro and the benefits of a true cloud solution, there were puzzled looks and questions about the difference between a hosted solution and a true cloud solution.

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  • What is cloud computing?

    ZDNet published a great article that answers the questions listed below and more.  Take a few minutes to read through them and let us know if you have additional questions.  We are here to help you accelerate answers to your cloud computing questions

  • The Next Phase Of The Cloud Computing Revolution Is Here

    Late last week the Forbes Technology Council published a post titled, The Next Phase Of The Cloud Computing Revolution Is Here. The post details the impact of cloud computing and stresses the importance of adopting a cloud strategy in order to remain competitive in today's business landscape.  Our next generation, true cloud-based accounting solution, OGpro, will help to ensure our clients' positions in the future.

  • Is a Cloud-based Solution the Same Thing as a Hosted Solution?

    As we move toward the release of OGpro, our cloud-based oil and gas accounting solution, we want to make sure that everyone understands the difference between a cloud-based solution and a hosted solution. Many technology experts and insiders use these terms interchangeably, so it is easy to understand why this confusion exists in the marketplace. Shoretel, a communications company, wrote an eloquent post about the differences using a very simple to understand analogy on their blog:

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