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It has been said, that change either forces us to adapt or we eventually become irrelevant. In the last 10 years, cloud-computing has fundamentally changed the way in which many businesses operate. And, while a small number continue to resist the adoption of the cloud, the majority of industries both small and large have embraced it. The ability or lack-thereof to embrace change is chronicled in five-part series titled “Twilight of the Gods” The history of the recording industry. For music purists this series, this recording couldn’t come at a better time. However, at the core of this story change is over arching theme.

The creator of this five-part series, Robert Harris, also penned an article on the National Post that reads, in part; “I’ve spent the past three years of my life immersed in the past and present of the great record companies of the world, producing a series of radio documentaries currently airing on CBC Radio. The title I chose for the series, Twilight of the Gods, sums up my basic thesis — that the great record companies that “bestrode their world like a Colossus” for a century are fading away, done in by a technological revolution they couldn’t anticipate and by their response to that revolution, which was, at least initially, a defensive reaction that won them more enemies than friends.”

Similar to the change that has permeated the recording industry, the business world has seen a major shift in the way software is obtained and deployed. Gone are the days, when purchasing a time and attendance application for your enterprise meant having to set aside large capital outlay for a Server, licenses and hardware. With ATS Cloud-Based Time and Attendance the implementation is hassle-free, seamless and you can access the solution anytime, anywhere, 24/7, 365 days a year, using any Internet browser.

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