Why You Should Use The Cloud

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Over the past several years, cloud computing is gained popularity among businesses of all sizes. Fortune 500 companies to entrepreneurs use cloud technology because it is relatively cost-efficient and easy to use. All you need is a device that can support the technology and a decent internet connection.

Though its benefits are well-known and proven, Wired reports that less than 10 percent of organizations believe their existing IT infrastructure is fully prepared to address the proliferation of cloud computing, mobile devices, social media and data analytics. If you are in the 10 percent and you do not see the benefit of switching over, here are some reasons why you should use a cloud computer solution.

Ability To Work From Anywhere

This one of the major reasons why cloud computing solutions are one of the best. As business culture is shifting more and more to working from anywhere, having the cloud enables you to work from anywhere. You can log into the core applications you use to get your work done from any device and web browser without needing a VPN. Additionally, data typically stored locally on your work computer can now be backed up on the cloud, making it accessible from anywhere.

Improves And Streamlines Collaboration

Let’s say you are working on a document that requires the approval or input of your colleague. You click-clack away on the document until you are proud of what you have created or put together. All that is left is the signature of your colleague. You print out the document, walk to the other side of the floor and give it to your colleague. They catch something that is not in the document, and now you have to go back and make some changes. This process can go on for a good four hours. Cloud computer helps streamline this process. Any document worked on can be accessed from multiple devices, making it easier to make adjustments and quicker to give approvals.

Saves You Money

Gone are the days of having to pay for expensive servers and updating hardware and software. If you run out of space, all you have to do is buy more space. Immediately you have enough storage for whatever files and documents you need on the cloud. Your business might be expanding you are hiring a couple of new employees. Instead of buying a bunch of hardware for them, you can purchase or give out more user licenses. This allows anyone you want to have access to the cloud service.

They Typically Provide Analytics

Analytics are crucial to know what is working for your company and what is not. You can also use analytics to find out more about your consumers and the things they would like to see, products they would like to have and services they would like to use. Analytics can also help drive sales. The cloud supports fast innovation, enabling your company to test things quickly without the huge price tag that usually accompanies it.

If you are still not convinced check out the article When is the Right Time to Move to the Cloud for more info.

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  • I am Cousett @ Techie Mamma! I am a mom of two young boys, and I love tech. I teach DIY mompreneurs to learn how to maximize technology through tech coaching. With my help, mompreneurs can maximize their business, live the lifestyle they want, and contribute something unique with fantastic technology.

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