Three Misconceptions About Cloud CRM That Will Shock You

Is an apartment the best choice for everyone? Or is a single-family house the best fit?  Many debates have ensued over the differences between these two very different housing options. Similar conversations occur around the differences between public cloud solutions (like Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online & and private cloud (dedicated virtual instances in the cloud). A good way to think about the public cloud is like an apartment building - multiple residences all within one real-estate footprint. A private cloud deployment of CRM is similar to a single-family house - one family on one plot of land. Neither option is a one-size-fits-all solution, and there are three common misconceptions that I hear from customers all the time that might surprise even the most experienced CRM user.


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About Brian Sallee

A serial entrepreneur, technology executive, expert on Microsoft business technology, Brian has founded variety of businesses including a web hosting company he founded & sold, a software company, and a successful managed services provider (MSP). He is a frequent presenter at conferences, events, webinars and author of Invisibilify: cloud computing and it's impact on business, which can be found on Amazon. 

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