10 Cloud Computing Advantages You Can Bring To Your Business

by Feb 17, 2015Business Continuity, Cloud & Hosting

Cloud Computing Advantages You Should Look At

As more and more of our technological devices are interlinked and connected to each other, cloud computing is also growing exponentially. Cloud computing is essentially a series of remote servers all networked together. These networks can be public, private, or a hybrid of the two and allow online access to a centralized data storage. As you can imagine, this technology has a host of benefits in today’s ever growing world of linked devices.Some cloud computing advantages are;

Flexibility – Using this technology, your projects can change direction without having to worry about financial or personnel issues being at stake.

Easy Access – Your information stored via cloud network can be accessed anytime, anywhere, and from nearly any device!

Economize Scale – When using cloud computing, you can easily increase the volume output or productivity while using fewer workers. Costs per project, unit, or product will plummet.

Reduce Spending – You will have easy any time access to your information with drastically reduced costs up front. Pay as you need to on a weekly, quarterly, or even yearly basis based on current demand.

Improved Efficiency – You and the rest of your team will be able to monitor project progress more efficiently allowing you and your team to stay on top and ahead of project completion dates.

Less Training – On a cloud system, fewer people can do the work of more. Cloud computing also features a minimal learning curve and should be easy for workers to learn their way around the new hardware and software.

Less New Software – Cloud computing allows growth within your company without need to purchase expensive software licenses and upgrades.

Globalize Workforce – If your company employs people from all over the globe, cloud computing can keep your team together in an easy and cost effective manner.

Cut Capital Costs – By making use of cloud computing, there’s no need to spend hefty amounts of money on hardware, software, or licensing fees.

Many say cloud computing is the way forward for data storage and accessing, and it’s easy to see why. If you would like to know more about what cloud computing technology can do for your business, feel free to contact us.

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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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