Why Cloud Computing Is Important
Cloud computing is defined as computing on the internet. Cloud computing allows individuals and companies to run their work without storing any applications or software physically on their computers or laptops. Whether you are using social media or checking your bank balance on your smartphone, you are inadvertently doing cloud computing. Today, over 90% of businesses are using at least one service of cloud computing. So, why are businesses moving to cloud computing?
Cloud computing offers many benefits over regular computing.
Automatic Software Updates
Businesses don’t have to waste time in maintaining the system for critical software updates, which is taken care of by the cloud system supplier, which leaves them free to focus on building their business.
Work From Anywhere
If your work is on cloud and you have an internet connection, you can be at work from anywhere. What’s more, most cloud computing services are available on mobile apps, which frees you from the necessity of working from a laptop of computer.
For businesses with fluctuating bandwidth requirements, cloud computing is the way to go. Whenever the business needs increase, it can instantly draw on the remote servers of the cloud service. On the other hand, should the needs decrease, the facilities can be reduced in the same time.
Seamless Document Control
With increasing collaboration on documents between employees and other stakeholders, sending emails and attachments back and forth wastes a lot of time, not to mention the excruciating task of ensuring that the changes are happening in the correct document. Working on the cloud ensures that all files and documents are stored centrally, so that there is one document for viewing and working. This leads to seamless control of all documents.
The server capacity of the cloud system increases and decreases according to the fluctuating cloud needs of the business. This ensures that the business only utilises the required energy and thereby reduces its carbon footprint.
We all know how frustrating it can be when data stored on lost or stolen laptops is, well, lost for good. However, when employees work on cloud, all their data is stored in the cloud as against being stored in their laptops. What’s more, they can remotely wipe data from their lost laptops.
Cloud computing brings a smile on the faces of those in the finance department, as it drastically reduces the hardware cost. The subscription based model gives businesses the flexibility of paying for services as per usage.
When businesses more to the cloud, they get access to the latest enterprise-class technology and enables them to act as fast as their big competitors, letting them disrupt the market while remaining lean and flexible. From CRM to marketing automation, all segments of a business are now on the cloud, powering businesses of all sizes. Which is why moving to cloud computing is important for small and medium businesses to scale up as fast as their bigger competitors.
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