Cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the internet, instead of using your local hard drive. Often referred to as ‘the cloud’, the stored data is remotely maintained, managed and backed up.
So many organisations are moving to the cloud to improve productivity, reduce costs and increase collaboration between your staff and customers. According to an IBM survey, the number of organisations gaining competitive advantage through cloud services doubled in the last few years and by 2020, the public cloud services market is predicted to exceed $500 billion.
One of our recommended cloud service is O365 (Office365), which brings together the latest versions of Microsoft’s Office, as well as a variety of communication and collaboration tools.
- Maximise investment and reduce costs
- The ability to work from anywhere
- Improve productivity
- Reduce management and support overheads
- Scale up and down on demand