The past few years we’ve seen businesses embrace “The Cloud”.
The Cloud is what we call software and data that lives on the servers external to your computer.
These servers are generally in large dedicated warehouses around the world and you generally access the data by logging in over the internet.
For businesses the need to purchase and maintain costly servers has reduced, greatly reducing barriers of entry for many industries.
Instead, you can subscribe to providers of software that your business needs through Software as a Service (SaaS) providers, which further diminishes cost of purchasing software outright.
You can start with what you need now and easily add features or applications as your business grows.
The key to running all or some or your business in The Cloud is accessibility.
As long as you have a fast and reliable internet connection, you can access software and data from anywhere in the world, on any device.
This means that you can work during that layover in the airport.
Kids sick and need to stay home to look after them? No worries, you can easily work from home.
Need to travel for work, that’s easy too!
Source: Life in The Clouds
written by “Evolve Business Advisory”.