Information always available
A good cloud platform allows everyone in your company to access work information and other functions…
- At any time.
- From anywhere.
- Using any device connected to the Internet.
Since several members of a team can view or work on the same document simultaneously, sending files and version control are a thing of the past. In addition, it is also easy to share documents with customers, partners or suppliers at any stage of the production process.
Agile management of activities
Although the focus is often on storing and sharing files in the cloud, these platforms often provide tools for teams to organize and track activities or plans. This greatly increases productivity in companies. For example, our service includes Kanban Boards functionality for activity management, and we have written 2 articles explaining what boards are and how to take advantage of them:
Always up to date
Cloud storage and collaboration platform providers are continually adding new features, and your company can take advantage of them as soon as they become available.
Always on, always safer
Cloud platforms offer better levels of availability than can be achieved with in-house servers, and also have automatic data backup mechanisms, store previous versions, and allow for the recovery of accidentally deleted items.
All in progress, without knowledge of you
For many companies having an IT department is not a necessity, and managing IT systems is a distraction. With the cloud, there is no need to technically manage the service: No complex installation processes or technical infrastructure to manage, and no need to know technology-related jargon. Everything is ready to go. This is more true than ever with our service model: Our customers don’t have to learn technical concepts or manage dashboards to manage the subscription. Learn more about our model in 5 benefits of hiring a managed service provider.
Say goodbye to upfront costs
Finally, you do not need to make large investments to enjoy world-class technology services. The cloud makes them available to you by paying a monthly subscription determined by the number of users and functions.