Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is the use of internet-based services to support business processes; it means having all, or most, of what you need to run your business available online. Examples of cloud computing most people are familiar with are Gmail and Google Docs. You can access these services from anywhere with an internet connection and your data is always there. Having your business ‘in the cloud’ in the next step up from having a Google-based business email address. However, before making the decision to move your business to the cloud, make sure you weigh the below pros and cons of cloud computing.
This article was written by Corrie Scott, a graduate of the Sauder School of Business at UBC and the Digital Marketing Manager for Out-Smarts.
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