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December 12, 2012

12-12-12 weddingSo, yeah, it’s 12-12-12, and I’ll retweet this tribute at 12:12:12, so there. It’s also Anti-Doomsday um, day, but I don’t think that’s got anything to do with all the people lining up to be married. I mean, who wouldn’t want a 12-12-12 Las Vegas themed wedding? Sigh… Hopefully, they’re doing it for love. Plus, Anti-Doomsday Day is “in celebration of rational thinking and reasoned discourse,” so it’s not going anywhere.

In the spirit of today’s six dozens, here a Baker’s Dozen reasons to consider Workforce Central Cloud Services:

  1. Ensure your system is available when users need it
  2. Leverage Kronos technical and application experience
  3. Mitigate turnover and Kronos skills erosion in your IT staff
  4. Refocus your IT resources on more strategic applications
  5. Manage your Kronos system for a predictable monthly expense
  6. Avoid the capital expense of hardware and database for a new implementation or upgrade
  7. Reduce project timelines, compliance risk, and the cost of upgrades
  8. Implement upgrades on your schedule
  9. Add capacity easily as your workforce grows
  10. Monitor infrastructure, application and integration
  11. Keep up to date with software updates, patches, and upgrades
  12. Stay nimble with proactive configuration changes
  13. Bonus Tip – When real doomsday hits on the 21st and the world ends, you’ll be glad all your data is backed up to Workforce Central in the Cloud

Whether it’s avoiding doomsday or getting married, all we want is peace of mind, right? Speaking of peace of mind, tonight is the 12-12-12 concert to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy. Give if you can. Coincidentally, it’s also National Sound Check Day. Good thing. They’re going to need it.

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