Cloud apps can help you reach a higher level of efficiency than ever before, but first, you need someone who can show you where to start. Here are the five steps to getting the most efficiency out of your cloud investments.
A well-versed strategy will help ensure you reach peak productivity without bottoming out your budget. Our client executives can help you answer these important questions.
What goals do we want to achieve with the cloud?
What are our short-term transition plans?
What are our long-term transition plans
Depending on your organization, some cloud apps will have a more immediate impact than others. Our cloud client executives, solution architects and account managers can help you decide which ones to integrate first.
Think about all the time you spend on routine maintenance of email programs. Cloud-based email leaves that maintenance to the vendors, freeing up your staff for more strategic tasks. Not to mention the boost it gives your employees by allowing them to communicate and collaborate from any where.
of business email accounts were cloud-based by 2013.
of global 1000 companies will store customer-sensitive data in the cloud by 2016.
Unlike data stored on-premises, data stored in the cloud can be reached by employees in any location; and if disaster strikes - power outages, blizzards, etc., - your data will remain safe above it all. Cloud-based backup solutions can even help you save money by eliminating the need for more onsite servers.
1 in 3 business executives believe the cloud is key to responding to customer needs speeding product time to market and more..
Communication is key for any organization. With more employees working remotely than ever before, it's imperative they have the tools they need to stay in touch. Cloud apps give remote and onsite workers the ability to collaborate from anywhere, while automatic updates ensure they're always using the same and most recent software versions.