An era of rigid ERP systems gives away to flexible business management

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For years, businesses that have wanted to automate their business processes and capture transactions electronically have had to rely on monolithic enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to do so. But as powerful and feature-rich as the old-school ERP system is, it also has a number of drawbacks.

It’s expensive to implement, difficult to adapt to changing business conditions, and, perhaps worst of all, often dictates how companies should run their businesses. Now, however, we are seeing a shift from traditional ERP to new-age business management solutions.

Architected for an era of mobile, cloud, and big data technologies, these next-generation platforms are designed to support modern ways of working. They’re built using the latest technologies, but offer traditional ERP benefits such as integration of processes and systems across the enterprise, a single view of corporate data, and the ability to improve process discipline.

Yet, because they are built with agility in mind, they are faster and cheaper to implement and change than traditional ERP systems. They are also easier to customise and change – meaning that they can be configured for the business rather than the business needing to reshape itself around the software.

This change is overdue, considering that more than 33 percent of businesses are dissatisfied with their ERP solution due to the high cost of maintenance and lack of flexibility and usability. If your business is one of them, here are a few things to take into consideration when shopping for a new business management system:

Evaluate your company’s needs

Start by performing a complete review of all of the requirements in accounting, manufacturing, engineering, data collection, and any other essential departments. Evaluate what is working now and what isn’t. Take stock of which processes are inefficient and make note of why. This will help you improve your business rather than repeating old mistakes as you choose a new solution.

Preparing for a new age of digital disruption

One of the most significant reasons to upgrade your ERP platform is to get ready for the next wave of disruptive digital technologies, including big data, the Internet of Things, the cloud and the mobile enterprise. With the advent of trends such as Industry 4.0, we are rapidly moving to a smarter and more automated business environment, and our business management solutions must keep up.

Is your platform ready for a world of massive data volumes, and intelligent, connected sensors and devices in the workplace? A business solution older than five years will probably not be architected for collecting, analysing and processing data from millions of sensors, devices and end-users. Your business solution should give you the ability to react in real-time to business trends – an example is using data to interact with customers in increasingly personalised ways or to rapidly adapt your manufacturing output in response to a sudden change in demand.

Think about the user experience

Whatever business management solution you choose should give employees the ability to access data anytime and anywhere as well as on the device of their choosing. It should also make it easy for them to access the data they need quickly and seamlessly. The user interface should be clean and tailored to the employee using it, no matter where they are in the world.

Insist on scalability and flexibility

Today, growth means doing more with less. That means a system should support the growing demands of your business as it expands and changes. Find out whether the system has a growth path for your business, whether that means expanding into new geographies, adding more employees, or accessing new features and functionality as your business evolves.

By Keith Fenner, Chief Sales Officer Sage X3 AAMEA at Sage Enterprise

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An era of rigid ERP systems gives away to flexible business management

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For years, businesses that have wanted to automate their business processes and capture transactions electronically have had to rely on monolithic enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to do so. But as powerful and feature-rich as the old-school ERP system is, it also has a number of drawbacks.

It’s expensive to implement, difficult to adapt to changing business conditions, and, perhaps worst of all, often dictates how companies should run their businesses. Now, however, we are seeing a shift from traditional ERP to new-age business management solutions.

Architected for an era of mobile, cloud, and big data technologies, these next-generation platforms are designed to support modern ways of working. They’re built using the latest technologies, but offer traditional ERP benefits such as integration of processes and systems across the enterprise, a single view of corporate data, and the ability to improve process discipline.

Yet, because they are built with agility in mind, they are faster and cheaper to implement and change than traditional ERP systems. They are also easier to customise and change – meaning that they can be configured for the business rather than the business needing to reshape itself around the software.

This change is overdue, considering that more than 33 percent of businesses are dissatisfied with their ERP solution due to the high cost of maintenance and lack of flexibility and usability. If your business is one of them, here are a few things to take into consideration when shopping for a new business management system:

Evaluate your company’s needs

Start by performing a complete review of all of the requirements in accounting, manufacturing, engineering, data collection, and any other essential departments. Evaluate what is working now and what isn’t. Take stock of which processes are inefficient and make note of why. This will help you improve your business rather than repeating old mistakes as you choose a new solution.

Preparing for a new age of digital disruption

One of the most significant reasons to upgrade your ERP platform is to get ready for the next wave of disruptive digital technologies, including big data, the Internet of Things, the cloud and the mobile enterprise. With the advent of trends such as Industry 4.0, we are rapidly moving to a smarter and more automated business environment, and our business management solutions must keep up.

Is your platform ready for a world of massive data volumes, and intelligent, connected sensors and devices in the workplace? A business solution older than five years will probably not be architected for collecting, analysing and processing data from millions of sensors, devices and end-users. Your business solution should give you the ability to react in real-time to business trends – an example is using data to interact with customers in increasingly personalised ways or to rapidly adapt your manufacturing output in response to a sudden change in demand.

Think about the user experience

Whatever business management solution you choose should give employees the ability to access data anytime and anywhere as well as on the device of their choosing. It should also make it easy for them to access the data they need quickly and seamlessly. The user interface should be clean and tailored to the employee using it, no matter where they are in the world.

Insist on scalability and flexibility

Today, growth means doing more with less. That means a system should support the growing demands of your business as it expands and changes. Find out whether the system has a growth path for your business, whether that means expanding into new geographies, adding more employees, or accessing new features and functionality as your business evolves.

By Keith Fenner, Chief Sales Officer Sage X3 AAMEA at Sage Enterprise

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Research institutions important to agriculture growth — Maslaha seeds boss

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IT is believed that smallholder farmers can become the bedrock of food security in Africa, provided they can access the essential ingredients of modern agriculture like quality seed of improved crop varieties.

One of the leading African seed companies that have hit the 10,000 seed production mark is Maslaha Seeds based in Zamfara State. The company that started humbly in 2007 producing about 600 metric tonnes of seeds, but with technical skills through consultancy and trainings from Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), the company has changed the lives of many smallholder farmers.

The Managing Director, Ibrahim Abdullahi, a trained Accountant that once worked with the Bureau of Privatization Enterprise (BPE) before setting up the company, talks on the seed industry in Nigeria in this chat with JIMOH BABATUNDE.

ON the role of research institutions in seed production

They have a very vital role to play. The research institutions have lots to do not only in Nigeria but everywhere. Seed is a technology and it is a product of research, you can’t produce seeds without research and these institutions are always engaged in how to improve on existing varieties or they develop new varieties.

There are lots of challenges in getting quality seeds in terms of drought, weather, pests and diseases, and these things keep changing and it depends on the situations. So the research institutes have to be there and they have to keep working day in day out in order to address existing challenges and upcoming ones.

 

Research institutes

So, the research institutes have very important roles to play. They develop seed varieties, test and continue to test. It takes time for the varieties to see the light of the day. And even when it is registered and released it takes time for it to be commercialized, because most of the seed companies now dont take commercial business just like that. They subject the new varieties to number of tests before they go into large scale commercial production.

On technology dissemination in Nigeria

In seed technology dissemination, we have a long way to go in Nigeria, the government has tried, but the problem in Nigeria has to do with the death of our ADPs. The ADPs need to be reactivated. They are not the ADPs that we used to know. This has greatly affected dissemination in Nigeria, so if you look at the way things are done now they are not encouraging. The information dissemination is now done by the private sector or some public intervention from time to time on some projects.

The way things are done now cannot sustain us, so if we want to do something in a sustainable way, we really need to invest heavily in seed dissemination.

I think the transformation agenda is trying to do something in that regards as the minister has established a full fledged department for extension services. This is good and when it is fully operational it will be of great service.

On why African Development Projects (ADPs) are moribund

It has to do with funding. Those days when the ADPs were ADPs, they were funded by the World Bank.

 

Government interventions

 

But today, when the projects are funded by the government interventions , there are problems, because it shows that the government is not really funding the extension but the World Bank and when the World Bank left, the whole thing collapsed.

The government is only maintaining salaries for the staff there, but the money to really carry out the function is not there as there is no budget for extension work.

This issue of voting money into agriculture as called for by AU in the Maputo declaration is very important. Though Nigeria is nowhere near the call for 10% budget allocation to agriculture, but we really need to improve.

Maybe when we get to that 10% there will be something for extension services in Nigeria.

On role of biotechnology in Nigeria

You see seed production is technology and biotechnology is science. For example we just developed a cowpea that is resistant to maruca which has been a serious problem for cowpea not only in Nigeria but everywhere cowpea is grown.

Farmers have been spending lots of money spraying their farms five to ten times and at the end of the day the maruca disease will still destroy the crops.

But now through biotechnology process they have developed a cowpea variety that is resistance to that. You don’t have to spray five to ten times. I think when farmers get this new variety they will be happy.

I will say there is need for strong regulation on biotechnology because of issues surrounding it, so there is need for bio safety regulation in Nigeria before we get into it; it is about assuring people about their safety. When I say regulation, I mean strong institution in Nigeria that will monitor, that this thing is safe.

Biotechnology is different to GMO, they are but increase in knowledge but we need not close our doors, but we should invest in setting up the institutions and strong regulations that will save guards Nigerians of the safety of this thing.

If we don’t close our doors to this technology it will create jobs like the telecommunication sector too. All we need is strong government regulations. The fear of most seeds companies in Nigeria is that when GMOs are allowed into Nigeria that they will lose their businesses, but I don’t think that way. I am open minded. I believe in changes and where ever you see changes, you adjust and move along. If you don’t move with changes you are doomed.

The fear by most of the local seed companies not only in Nigeria but Africa about GMOs should not be the case, but my concern is about the safety of it for the local people who don’t have the knowledge. So the government should be there to save guard the people.

On how the GES has helped the seed business in Nigeria

The Growth Enhancement Scheme (GES) of the federal government has facilitated the growth of seed system in Nigeria. The seed system before now has been very problematic in the sense that this kind of synergy and linkage was not there so to say between the seed companies, the agro dealers and the farmers.

There has been that kind of stand alone attitude of working individually. So one of the positive things this GES has done is establishing that linkage and system. Now I can tell you that in Nigeria we have what we can call a seed system.

In related components that when we produce seeds we deliver to agro dealers and agro dealers get it delivered to farmers. This is a very good thing that has happened.

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Microsoft adopts first international cloud privacy standard

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Helping to strengthen privacy and compliance protections for its customers in the cloud, the global Information technology ecosystem has recorded a major milestone as Microsoft has become the first major cloud provider to adopt the world’s first international standard for cloud privacy.

The new development ensures that enterprise customers can move with confidence to the Microsoft Cloud.

According to Brad Smith, General Counsel & Executive Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs, Microsoft, the announcement follows verification by independent auditors that Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Dynamics CRM Online, and Intune are aligned with ISO/IEC 27018, a standard which was developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to provide a uniform, international approach to protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in the public cloud.

“All of these commitments are even more important in the current legal environment, in which enterprise customers increasingly have their own privacy compliance obligations.

“We’re optimistic that ISO 27018 can serve as a template for regulators and customers alike as they seek to ensure strong privacy protection across geographies and vertical industry sectors.

“Today’s news is just one way we’ve been working to help strengthen privacy and compliance protections for our customers in the cloud. Last spring, we received confirmation from European data protection authorities that Microsoft’s enterprise cloud contracts are in line with “model clauses” under EU privacy law regarding the international transfer of data.

“ And last fall, Microsoft became one of the first companies to sign the Student Privacy Pledge developed by the Future of Privacy Forum and the Software & Information Industry Association to establish a common set of principles to protect the privacy of student information.

As we’ve said before, customers will only use services that they trust.
“The validation that we’ve adopted this standard is further evidence of our commitment to protect the privacy of our customers online”, he explained.

Although the standard may seem technical, he explained that it has important practical benefits for enterprise customers around the world.
Known as ISO/IEC 27018, he said that it was developed by the ISO to establish a uniform, international approach to protecting privacy for personal data stored in the cloud.

According to Smith, the British Standards Institute (BSI) has now independently verified that in addition to Microsoft Azure, both Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online are aligned with the standard’s code of practice for the protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in the public cloud. And similarly, Bureau Veritas has done the same for Microsoft Intune.

Explaining the reasons why it should be adopted, he said that adherence to ISO 27018 assures enterprise customers that privacy will be protected in several distinct ways:

Control of your data

“Our adherence to the standard ensures that we only process personally identifiable information according to the instructions that you provide to us as our customer”, he said.

Knowledge of your data:

Adherence to the standard he said ensures transparency about their policies regarding the return, transfer, and deletion of personal information you store in our data centers.

“ We’ll not only let you know where your data is, but if we work with other companies who need to access your data, we’ll let you know who we’re working with.

“ In addition, if there is unauthorized access to personally identifiable information or processing equipment or facilities resulting in the loss, disclosure or alteration of this information, we’ll let you know about this”, he explained.

Security for data:
Adherence to ISO 27018, he said provides a number of important security safeguards. It ensures that there are defined restrictions on how we handle personally identifiable information, including restrictions on its transmission over public networks, storage on transportable media, and proper processes for data recovery and restoration efforts.

Similarly, he added that the standard ensures that all of the people, including our own employees, who process personally identifiable information must be subject to a confidentiality obligation.

Data for advertising:
The adoption of the standard, he further explained would ensure that customers data are not used for advertising without consent.
he adoption of this standard, he said reaffirms our long-standing commitment not to use enterprise customer data for advertising purposes.

Information about government access to data:
According to Smith, the standard requires that law enforcement requests for disclosure of personally identifiable data must be disclosed to you as an enterprise customer, unless this disclosure is prohibited by law.

“We’ve already adhered to this approach (and more), and adoption of the standard reinforces this commitment”, he said.

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Windows 10 marks beginning of more PC era, Microsoft CEO

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The Chief Executive of Microsoft Satya Nadella, has said with optimism that the unveiling of Windows 10 has herald beginning of the more personal computing era in the mobile-first, cloud-first world.

The solution, a new generation of Windows comes with a wide range of experiences designed to usher in a new era of more personal computing, as well as two new devices designed to extend the Windows experience from large screens to no screens.

Speaking during the launch on Wednesday, the Microsoft CEO further said that, “Our ambition is for the 1.5 billion people who are using Windows today to fall in love with Window 10 and for billions more to decide to make Windows home.”

For Terry Myerson, executive vice president of the Operating Systems group at Microsoft., “Everything about Windows 10 the experiences, delivering it as a service and the free upgrade means that Windows 10 isn’t just another product, it’s an ongoing relationship one that will give ongoing value to all our customers.

“The new generation of Windows is a commitment to liberate people from complex technology and enable them to do great things.”

According to the software giant, Windows 10 would be delivered as a service to offer a safer, innovative and updated experience for the supported lifetime of the device.

A free upgrade1 for Windows 10, Microsoft said would be made available to customers running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1, who upgrade in the first year.

Windows 10: Making computing more personal
Windows 10 marks the beginning of the more personal computing era, where technology disappears and people are at the center.
One thing is clear. In this era, the mobility of the experience matters, not the mobility of the device, and experiences should work in a seamless, familiar way across devices.

With the solution, people should be able to naturally interact with technology as they interact with other people with voice, gestures and gaze. Protecting privacy plays a pivotal role in delivering trustworthy experiences that put people in control of their experience.
During the launch, Microsoft showcased a variety of new experiences coming to Windows 10, including the following:

Cortana comes to PC and tablet.
The Cortana personal digital assistant, which debuted on Windows Phone last year,will now also be available on Windows 10 PCs and tabletsto help people get things done.2 Cortana is personal helper who learns an individual’s preferences to provide relevant recommendations, fast access to information and important reminders, bringing what matters most to their attention. Interaction is natural and easy via talking or typing, with advanced features to control Cortana for more trustworthiness and transparency.

New browser “Project Spartan”
Windows 10 will feature the new Microsoft browser, code-named “Project Spartan,” which was built with interoperability in mind.
With key features built-in natively to the browser, itwill enable greater reliability and better discoverability.
Some of the most advanced features in the browser include the ability to annotate whether by keyboard or pen directly on the webpage and easily share with friends; a reading view that is distraction-free, displaying the article in a simplified layout for a great reading experiencefor Web articles online and offline; and the integration of Cortana for finding and doing things online faster. All of this is offered with a new look and feel built just for Windows 10.

Xbox Live and the new Xbox app
This app bring new gaming experiences to Windows 10. Xbox on Windows 10 lets gamers and developers access the best of the expansive Xbox Live gaming network on both Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One. Players can capture, edit and share their greatest gaming moments with Game DVR, and play new games with friends across devices, connecting millions of gamers around the world. Games developed for the new DirectX 12 application programming interface in Windows 10 will see improvements in speed, efficiency and graphics capability.
Players will also be able to play games on their PC, streamed directly from their Xbox One consoles to their Windows 10 tablets or PCs, within their home.

Office for Windows 10.
Office universal apps on Windows 10 deliver a touch-first experience across devices. New versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook are designed from the ground up to run on Windows, built for touch, and offer the unmistakable Office experience customers know and love. With the familiar features for Office, people can create and edit Word documents with ease.

New inking features in PowerPoint let people annotate slides in real-time, and the new touch-first controls in Excel make it easy to create and update spreadsheets without a keyboard or mouse. The next version of the Office desktop suite is also currently in development and Microsoft will have more to share in the coming months.

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How My Mom Got Hacked -CryptoWall.

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MY mother received the ransomnote on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. It popped up on her computer screen soon after she’d discovered that all of her files had been locked.

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Your webcam could be spying on you!

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A few years ago, having a webcam on your computer was proof of tech affluence. It seemed like an amazing out-of-this-world invention to have a laptop with its own camera. Now, the webcam is as ubiquitous as technology itself. So why should it be making the news? Spies-that’s why.


Some individual or organization could be intruding into your private life via your webcam! A recent lawsuit in the United States accused a school district of using webcams on school-issued laptops to spy on students and their families.

And in China, a sophisticated network of hackers known as GhostNet has cracked 1,295 webcams in 103 countries. Experts say that most hackers utilize so-called Trojan horse attacks. In other words, you click on an attachment or download a piece of music or video infected with malware, and a hacker is able to remotely control your PC’s functions.
So how can you avoid this? Experts offer these simple tips:

Avoid suspicious attachments
Everyone on the internet is looking for something for free. Hackers know that, and sometimes break into your webcam by offering you malware disguised as free music, videos, etc. So don’t be in a hurry to download suspicious attachments.

Use a firewall
This may sound strange, but your computer comes with a firewall. Your job is to make sure that it’s turned on. If you use a Windows operating system, click on the Windows symbol in the lower-left corner of your screen, search for Windows Firewall, and you’ll be able to check the firewall settings. If you use a Mac OS, open System Preferences, click on the Sharing icon, select the Firewall tab and click Start.

Use strong anti-virus software
Stop ignoring constant alerts that your computer is at risk. Use strong anti-virus software on your computer, and for your own sake, update regularly.

Don’t keep PCs with webcams in bedrooms.
When you’ve done all the above, go the extra mile; don’t keep personal computers in your bedroom, and make sure that you don’t do anything in front of your computer that you would be embarrassed to do in public.

Watch out for the red light.
Watch for the light that indicates that the camera is on—literally. On external webcams, you’ll usually see a red light while laptops with internal webcams usually have a blue LED indicator.

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iPhone 6 Coming Sept. 25, iPhone Air to Follow

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It's hard to go a day without hearing a new iPhone 6 rumor, but today's (July 3) report out of China are among the more tantalizing, if not a bit hard to believe.

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Senate blasts Tech sector on insecurity

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The Senate took a swipe at practitioners in the nation’s information and Communications Technology , ICT sector , over alleged non utilization of their expertise in the ongoing fight against the Boko Haram insurgence in the country.

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Galaxy S4 owners are ditching their phones much faster than Galaxy S III owners did

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Android fans around the world can’t wait to see what Samsung has in store for us with the upcoming Galaxy S5, but it looks like more current Samsung flagship phone owners than ever before have decided not to stick around and find out.

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