The rate of Cloud adoption is increasing exponentially, with smaller businesses often leading the way. Larger businesses are always slower to react to exciting new technology because implementing them is usually a very intensive task.
So, if you are a small business owner, chances are that right now you are already using cloud computing as part of your workday (or at least considering it). But how do you prefer to use it?
Here are some ideas of how you could implement cloud computing into areas of your business that you didn’t previously:
- Use the cloud for accessing and storing email
- Use the cloud to keep your schedule up-to-date
- Use the cloud to manage projects
- Use the cloud to store business data
- Use the cloud to provide customer support
- Use the cloud to invoice and keep track of financial data
Webmail was one of the first forms of cloud computing and it remains as popular as ever.
Storing your schedule in the cloud makes it accessible from any device on-the-go.
You will be able to work on projects collaboratively with the rest of your team with the help of the cloud.
It would be a lot more secure to keep a copy of all of your files and critical information online.
A helpdesk using cloud technology would make your business more efficient and allow you to provide a better service.
The cloud provides a much more cost-effective financial management solution than traditional software.
All of these options (and more) are actually available from us. What’s YOUR favourite way of using cloud computing?