Today if you don’t know about cloud computing then you have been living under a rock
every internet user has his or her account on the cloud and if you don’t have it then go on and create one
But How will I be benefited from the cloud account?
This post is the answer to your question, in this post I am going to share with you some really awesome tips to help you get the most out of your cloud storage service
first, starting with the basics, something about the cloud
The concept is simple: it’s a form of information sharing network, whereby you can place information – such as documents, presentations and contact lists – up ‘in the cloud’ (note: not of the cumulonimbus variety) where they can be accessed by a group of people you approve. Cloud computing is the next stage of your office computer network.
So, why should you get excited? What’s so special about the ‘cloud’ anyway? Glad you asked. Here are five reasons why cloud computing is going to be great for your business, whether you’re looking for cloud services for the government or for your own personal company.
It knows no boundaries
Provided that you aren’t working from the moon, or from the middle of the Pacific Ocean, you should be able to access your company’s cloud.
If you have Internet access, you have cloud access.
This means that, when an employee is overseas on a business trip, or simply out of the office for a meeting, they can still access your cloud and be sharing and receiving files through it.
This is obviously a huge step up from office-based networks, which usually only allow limited out-of-office access through a slow and painful Intranet arrangement.
It has enough room for all of your things
While too much stuff on your office-based network could result in a slow connection for the whole workplace, the cloud doesn’t suffer from this problem.
This is because the cloud is much larger, and is utilised by a variety of stakeholders beyond your office. The cloud really is like a cloud: infinite amounts of space for you to hold the infinite amounts of data you need to store.
It can provide integrated services
Depending on your cloud provider, the cloud can provide services that integrate with your company email and calendar applications, in order to provide a seamless technology experience for your workplace.
One of the best examples of this is Google Drive, an online cloud service that – as a member of the Google juggernaut – also integrates with Gmail, Google Search, Youtube etc. for an easier cloud experience.
It can be accessed from a variety of devices
The reality is that very few modern workplaces are just desktop computers with keyboards, all lined up in a row. Today we have smartphones, laptops, tablets and a range of other devices from which we want to work.
Cloud computing is excellent for this, because it works over the Internet, and not through an office-based network. This means that your content can be shared and created on a range of devices.
It speeds up communication in your workplace
All of these benefits lead to one thing and one thing only; enhanced communication for your workplace, and improved accessibility to work on the go.
The world we live in operates at a rapid place and people are always on the go; in order to remain competitive, companies need to be moving along with this technological change. Cloud computing appears to be the ideal way for your business to do just that.
Over To You
So what do you think using the cloud for your business?
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