Why cloud sourcing will lead your business to success

by | Feb 17, 2016 | Business Continuity, Cloud & Hosting

You need to be cloud sourcing today.

You’ve probably heard of cloud sourcing, and you may even be using it, whether or not you realize it. The cloud is a growing piece of technology that has been a huge benefit to businesses everywhere, and in every sector. Here are a few benefits you’ll find in the cloud.

Automatic backups

Because of how the cloud works, anything stored on it is usually backed up in multiple places. This makes the cloud a very safe place to store files. Many businesses, as well as individuals, use the cloud specifically for storing backups of their important data.

Access anywhere

One of the best things about cloud sourcing is that you can access your data from anywhere. This means, of course that you or your employees can work from home, or from the road, but it also means that your accountants can work on the same files at the same time, or your sales people can share notes and files during a meeting, even though they’re on opposite sides of the country.

Online services

The cloud offers many online services, such as accounting and HR management. Many companies find that subscribing to these services is much easier than building entire departments to take care of it.

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Inexpensive

Whether you’ve found someone else to do your accounting, or you’re backing up your sensitive data, the cloud tends to be much less expensive than doing it yourself. This is because the needs of multiple companies can be combined and satisfied for less than each company would pay to do it separately.

Now that you know why cloud sourcing, you need to know how to do it. Interested in learning more? We’re here to help. Contact us and we would be happy to provide the best option to suit your business.

Dale Shulmistra is a Business Continuity Specialist at Invenio IT, responsible for shaping the company’s technology initiatives — selecting, designing, implementing & supporting business continuity solutions to bolster client operational efficiencies and eliminate downtime.

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