1. Document Sharing
Traditionally, sharing documents would involve a great deal of work. You’d have to manually send them to each and every person who needs access to the documents. With cloud storage platforms such as Dropbox and Google Docs, this process is much simpler. Simply set up the correct permissions and upload the files. Now everyone who needs them will have access from any location so long as they have an internet connection. There’s no need to worry about losing the documents either, as they remain available on the cloud for as long as you need them.
Performing data analytics is an essential part of running a successful business. The issue is that collecting and analyzing all of this data can be computationally expensive. Before the advent of the cloud data analytics was out of reach for many smaller business, but now the playing field is equalized. There are a number of cloud computing platforms that give you access to all the computational power needed and make collecting the necessary data easier than ever.
3. Disaster Recovery
As a business, your data is your most important asset. That’s why large businesses spend so much on data backups and disaster planning. Maintaining data backups used to take up a lot of time and resources, but with modern IT solutions, it’s easier than ever.
Cloud storage gives businesses of all sizes an easy way to plan for potential disasters. With automatic cloud backups recovering from a sudden loss of data is easy. Since the data is stored off-site, anything that happens to your data — whether it’s theft, natural disaster, or equipment malfunction — can be reversed.
4. Future Proofing
As a business grows, it needs more and more storage and computational power. Traditionally, this would involve buying, installing, and maintaining expensive new hardware. Using technology like cloud storage and cloud computing, your business can plan for the future while avoiding large upfront costs. Adding more cloud storage is significantly cheaper than traditional storage and no additional hardware is necessary.
5. All-In-One Platforms
Cloud-based platforms like Salesforce make managing customer information easier and give you access to a number of productivity-enhancing tools. Whether you need to streamline your sales process, develop an e-commerce website, or design pleasing UIs for your business applications. there is something on the cloud that can help.
Those are just a few of the ways that cloud computing technology can help your business grow. For more information on IT solutions please contact us at Atlantic Communications Team today. We have been providing businesses in Central Florida with affordable, flexible IT solutions since 1984. We offer a variety of IT services including basic PC support, networking, managed services, and cloud computing.