Should Your Business Be in the Clouds?

Should Your Business Be in the Clouds? Avatar Posted by leahrsinger under Products and Services
From https://merchantos.com 989 days ago
Made Hot by: James John on June 20, 2012 10:32 pm
Cloud services sound great, are inexpensive, and create an efficient way to do business. In many cases, there doesn’t seem to be a downside to working in the cloud. However as with all new business measures, you must carefully review your own practices to assure cloud computing is best for your business. Here are four things to consider before jumping into the cloud.

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Written by 09msmith
834 days ago

My answer is Yes! Definitely. Business should ne in the clounds. Good read, thank you very much for sharing.



Written by samNorthland
843 days ago

Cloud computing is good for business. Accessible to everywhere. Nice post.



Written by caozheng
947 days ago

We have been using this for long time.

Our main purpose of using the Cloud computing is not to work at home, but to keep our data sync with our online distribution agent.

Our online biz (http://www.html5videoplayer.net) can't live without Cloud computing!



Written by Sian Phillips
989 days ago

I use Cloud Computing a lot for my business - accounts online - which I find great as my clients can access where they are as well as me.....and I can work at home. So I'd highly recommend it. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



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