Cloud Computing and your Business

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Do you run a business that has multiple locations? Or one that has numerous traveling employees? Or is your company in an area where natural disasters such as earth quakes, tornadoes, tsunamis, or floods are likely to happen?

If so there is a business solution that will give your employees access to all the company files from anywhere around the world with internet connection and backup all of your files safely in case of the unfortunate event of a natural disaster that destroys your company computers.

This solution is called cloud computing.

Cloud computing is where a company saves files and data to an off-site storage system maintained by a third party. They do this instead of storing information to their company’s hard drive or other local storage device in their office. The cloud is a remote database and the internet provides the connection between the computer and the database.

Cloud storage is convenient and offers more flexibility than other forms of storing information.

Some companies might not have multiple locations or travelling employees and might not live in an area that natural disasters occur but they still store information in the cloud because it offers more storage space than a hard drive, thumb drive or compact disc.

Instead of deleting files to free up more space on your computer and potentially deleting something important you can store the information in the cloud so that deleting files is never necessary.

Cloud storage is a growing trend because of its convenience and reliability.

Businesses can store whatever they want on the cloud including documents, spreadsheets, images and personal information. It is all safe, secure and accessible in the cloud.

No matter where in the world you are you can access your company’s important documents, files and data through the cloud on any computer with internet access. It doesn’t get more convenient than that.

There are so many reasons why your business should be looking to the cloud as your main source for storing files! Contact us today to learn more about how cloud computing can help you business!

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