For this week’s tip, we thought we’d talk about something that most businesses have already dabbled in: the cloud. If your business is like those that we interact with, you’ve already implemented some type of cloud service, but if you haven’t, you should know just how cloud-hosted services can benefit the small business. We’ll look at the benefits of cloud-hosted services and how to pick which services are right for you.
The cloud offers countless benefits and services to organizations of all kinds, so we want you to think carefully before answering this question: to what extent does your business utilize the cloud? Do you store all of your data and applications on local servers, or do you utilize cloud servers to an extent? You might be surprised by how much you stand to benefit by having a solution in place that allows for seamless access.
The cloud gives businesses just like yours the tools to become more productive throughout the workday, but no two organizations are the same. Your business’ needs will differ from others like you. How can you make sure that you have the tools needed to get the most out of your workday? You can start by implementing the right technology solutions–namely, the cloud, which can make communication and collaboration much more efficient as a whole.
The cloud is helping businesses around the world break their own boundaries and achieve new heights, but not all businesses will utilize the cloud in the same way. Are you using the cloud to its greatest potential? We’ll help you determine what the best options are for your organization to take advantage of cloud-hosted computing solutions.
You would be hard-pressed to find a better-known software suite than Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word probably leading the pack in terms of name recognition. When a solution is so well-known, it can be hard to call anyone who uses it a power user. However, for this week’s tip, we’re doing a deep dive into its capabilities to take your use of Word a few steps up.
When people think of the cloud, they think about storage. While that is one of the uses of the cloud, the possibilities grow far beyond that. For businesses, enterprise-level tools and solutions are made available to organizations of all sizes. Even implementing a cloud-based solution in a portion of a business’ operation could achieve incredible results.
From a small company with fewer than ten employees sharing a single office to a corporation with locations across the globe, email makes the business world turn. How you store and manage your email infrastructure comes down to two different options: in-house or cloud hosted. There are plenty of factors that go into which option you choose. We’re here to help. Today, we are going to talk about the pros and cons of an in-house Exchange server and the cloud-based Office 365.
The cloud has made it easier for small businesses to compete with larger, more established companies. The most significant way the cloud has helped is by offering dynamic business applications without the need for expensive infrastructure or hosting capabilities. Cloud-based apps provide small businesses with the necessary resources they need to grow, but also employees added flexibility to get their jobs done. Today, we are going to discuss a few of those apps that have helped countless small businesses grow.
Your employees need a technological environment that gives them the opportunity to be productive. From computers to software to information, everything your employees need to do their jobs needs to be easily accessible. To achieve this, look no further than the cloud.
Whether you own a small business or work for one, you might have an opinion on what types of technology help your company grow. It’s cliché to say, but you can ask ten different people and get ten different answers. The role technology has in operations comes down to a variety of factors. No matter the role, one thing is for sure, you want everything to work toward the goal of being productive. Today, we are going to look at four technologies that bring that goal within reach.