Sage 200cloud springs into action

Finally, the light at the end of another dark winter tunnel is approaching because March is nearly here and (as far as this writer is concerned anyway) that counts as spring! The season when things start changing for the better and a time for fresh and optimistic new outlooks. On that positive theme we’re welcoming

The big 3-0 and still going strong!

It’s the nineteen eighties. New romantics, awful haircuts and acid washed jeans define the era. It’s also when a fledgling Sage partner called DCS Solutions opens its doors for business. While speculation that the founders started up just to get away from the aforementioned cultural phenomena is unconfirmed, DCS has certainly come a long way

SAP to purchase CallidusCloud

The end of January saw our partners at SAP announce a major acquisition in the shape of CallidusCloud, a deal expected to be finalised by the middle of this year at an expected purchase price of $2.4 Billion. So we’re talking big business and big money here then but what does the acquisition actually mean

Let’s Explore SAP Business One 9.3…

New Year, new version of SAP Business One – OK, it’s been in ramp-up for several months but businesses are finally set to take advantage of the Business One 9.3 update as it goes in to general release. As a specialist Business One partner then it’s only right that we take the chance to guide

Sage 200c Winter Enhancements released

With the Christmas and New Year festivities already distant memories there’s not really an awful lot to get excited about for the rest of the British winter (unless you’re a massive fan of damp, chilly and grey weather that is). However, there is one source of consolation for users of Sage 200c Professional with the

Meltdown and Spectre – The big CPU cyber security scare

What’s the easiest way to tell if a tech security issue is really worth worrying about? We reckon there’s a relatively simple rule to follow when answering this question – it’s when the technology industry and authorities alike openly begin referring to a bug or vulnerability using a distinctly ominous sounding name. Using this approach

The Quick Start Guide to GDPR

Since we last covered the subject of GDPR, and the upcoming implementation of this new data protection regulation in May 2018, the subject really has exploded across the business press. The extreme interest and clamour around the topic was really brought home to us at a recent business technology conference where the expected handful of

Seasons Greetings from DCS (…and our festive hours of business)!

It might seem barely believable that another year has flown by since the last time we wished you all good tidings for the festive season but, like it or not, Christmas time is here again and 2017 is drawing to a close. The Christmas period can of course be many things – usually fun, sometimes

Blockchain in business – Will 2018 be The Year of the Block?

A couple of weeks ago we asked readers of this blog a big question – ‘Are you ready for the Smart Manufacturing revolution?’ – and we concluded that the answer could be found in the attitude of individual businesses to the adoption of new technology. Various technologies underpin this next revolution in manufacturing but, alongside

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DCS are going Live…

Announcement: Sage Live to be added to DCS Solutions’ systems portfolio. Those who keep their ear to the ground within the business technology world (don’t chuckle, they do exist) will know that our partners at Sage have been making a lot of noise recently about their new collaboration with Salesforce and the Sage Live solution

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