Is your Organization Ready to Move to the Kronos cloud?

Jenna Ryckman — Oct 2017

The Cloud has become an established model for businesses using workforce management software. In fact, over 40% of enterprises who have migrated to the cloud this year plan on doing so within the next 3-5 years. Over one-third of those organizations plan on migrating by the year 2020. Organizations are looking to increase their computing resources in order to better serve customers. Beyond customer service, close to half of IT respondents who have deployed the cloud reported a return on investment, and an extra 40% expected future ROI. While there are many benefits to hosting in the Kronos cloud, there are key questions that should be asked before an organization decides to make the move.

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Common Kronos Cloud Migration Mistakes – and how to avoid them

Jenna Ryckman — Jul 2017

As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, more than ever organizations are starting to seriously consider migrating to the cloud. In fact, according to the Verison State of the Market: Enterprise Cloud 2014 Report, 65% of today’s enterprises are using cloud computing – the number is rising significantly yearly. Whether a federal agency, local government IT department or a large enterprise, the cloud presents undeniable benefits. Specifically, the Kronos Cloud can create faster implementation and upgrade processes, reduce capital expenditures, and guarantee anywhere availability of your workforce management solution for all employees. Although the benefits are clear, migrating to the cloud can be tricky. Common challenges include finding the right cloud vendor or vendors; transitioning from years of legacy IT investments and hardware; and determining how to best manage cloud resources. Here are some common mistakes to avoid when migrating to the Kronos Cloud:

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Why Upgrading to the Kronos Cloud could be your best Decision in 2017

Jenna Ryckman — Feb 2017

The shift to the Cloud is growing. The number of companies moving some or all of their enterprise workloads to public or private Clouds increased substantially from 2015 to 2016, jumping from 58 percent to 71 percent.The year 2017 is proving to be a second wave of growth for public Cloud and private Cloud services. Organizations are looking to increase their computing resources in order to better serve customers. In a recent report, Forrester Research published a study indicating that 38 percent of 1,000-plus North American and European enterprise infrastructure technology decision-makers said that they are building private clouds, with 32 percent procuring public cloud services and the remainder planning to implement some form of cloud technology in the next 12 months. Here are the top 5 reasons why upgrading to the Kronos Cloud could be the best decision in 2017 for your organization. 

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Upgrading to the Cloud with Workforce Central Version 8.0

Jenna Ryckman — Jul 2016

Workforce Management is upgrading to the Cloud.

83% of net new additions of Workforce Central are now in the Cloud.

Cloud-based workforce management applications create easier access and management of real-time employee data, while providing enterprise class HR, time, and attendance platforms. 

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