Whether you know it or not, the world is increasingly heading into the cloud. If your business isn’t utilizing at least some variation of cloud services, you could be missing out on some major benefits.
Why Won’t This Open?
A lot of small businesses—and we’re not saying this is you—but a lot of small businesses have a tendency to accumulate hardware and software piecemeal, a kind of techno-Frankenstein crafted for utility. While understandable, at a certain point the creation you thought you loved reveals itself as a lumbering monster of inefficiency.
With new cloud-based software systems like Office 365, you can now standardize your office’s productivity tools in ways thought impossible just a few years ago. In fact, Office 365 is the most-used collaborative software in the market.
Sharing and collaborating on documents is now so streamlined that you never have to worry about formatting and open errors from documents passed around your office space.
When and Where To Work
Think of this:
It’s not just you who wants to work poolside. Productivity is consistently shown to increase as your work environment becomes more mobile. Cloud services provide that mobility.
As a productivity tool, continuity in the cloud means 24/7 availability. Whether you’re on your laptop at Starbucks, on your phone before takeoff, or at your desk, cloud continuity gives you the access you need, when you need it.
When all employees have the same tools and available access, your team’s capabilities for collaboration greatly expand.