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If you send emails, manage your social media pages or even access online banking, you are already reaping the benefits of moving your business to the cloud.
If you are accustomed to the world of in-house servers, downloaded software, or application based IT, you may be among those that tend to be a tad bit skeptical of the cloud. If so, you are not alone. In fact, you may already use cloud computing for your the United States business without even realizing it. If you send emails, manage your social media pages, access online banking, or even use an app to track a package from your shipping company; your business is in the cloud. Most of the small businesses in the U.S already rely on the cloud for some of the daily operations of the company, whether they realize it or not.
What exactly is cloud computing anyway? This term is used to describe internet based computing where we all share resources through a network of computers used to process, store and access information instead of a single on-site server/machine. This cloud technology provides the ability for people to use the internet to access similar applications with the main advantage being the convenience of everyone having access to their business or personal files from anywhere.
When we hear the word “cloud,” it conjures an image of a bubble of information dancing above our heads. In reality, it is a network of many computers located in various locations all over the world. So, how can CPU, Inc benefit from a cloud solution? Here are 5 reasons to move your business to the cloud:
5 Reasons Your Business Needs to Move to the Cloud
Published on 24th January 2017 by Jeanne DeWitt.