Often Called The Cloud is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer.
01 THE SKYS THE LIMIT
“The cloud” can seem like a complex concept to businesses, but anyone who has used Gmail or Dropbox has used the technology. Documents can be stored in the cloud and access granted to employees wherever they are. Productivity tools like Office 365, Dynamics 365 and Microsoft 365 ensure employees have the latest software at all times. Applications and computing power can also be paid for on demand, allowing SMBs to scale up resources in busy periods – and scale down to more affordable options at other times. In essence, the cloud gives companies the flexibility to work smarter
02 WHY CLOUD COMPUTING
Cloud computing is the best thing for business since the creation of the stapler, giving them access to data and applications, anywhere and anytime, from any mobile device at a reasonable price. The cloud gives small businesses access to technologies previously out of their reach and helps them compete with both small businesses and larger ones.
03 ENDLESS BENEFITS
For small and mid-size businesses (SMBs), the benefits of cloud computing are endless.
It saves businesses both time and money by boosting productivity, improving collaboration and promoting innovation.
In the cloud you can access files, work remotely as though you were in the office, and even collaborate remotely. Even if you’re away from work, or your office server is inaccessible, data in the cloud is always up to date and available wherever, whenever.