Posts Tagged: cloud

kchopson

Tech Tuesday: Put Your Contracts in the Cloud!

Nobody writes contracts like meeting planners. For any given conference, there can be dozen of contracts. These contracts are usually lengthy and quite detailed. Often these contracts are emailed or even faxed(!) to the signing party. This party then signs, copies and then scans or faxes back to the other party for countersigning – and the process repeats. This simple signing process consumes many hours for any given show. Given that meeting planners are usually strapped for time, doesn’t this seem like an easy area to improve? Fortunately, there is great software in the marketplace for making the contracts process... Read more »

kchopson

Why Meeting Planners Should Use Software in the Cloud

One of the hottest words being thrown around these days is the “Cloud.”  Though Cloud seems new and trendy, it actually refers to something almost as old as the Internet. Cloud-based software is very simple to define – rather than software you install on your computer, Cloud-based software runs on the Internet and generally requires little or no installation.  If you are using GMail, HotMail, or AOL you are already “in the Cloud.” Benefits Here are some of the benefits that immediately accrue to you if you move to Cloud-based software.  First of all you avoid the pain of installing... Read more »