Cloud computing has been around for approximately two decades and despite the data pointing to the business efficiencies, cost-benefits, and competitive advantages it holds, a large portion of the business community continues to operate without it. According to a study by the International Data Group, 69% of businesses are already using cloud technology in one capacity or another, and 18% say they plan to implement cloud-computing solutions at some point. At the same time, Dell reports that companies that invest in big data, cloud, mobility, and security enjoy up to 53% faster revenue growth than their competitors. As this data shows, an increasing number of tech-savvy businesses and industry leaders are recognizing the many benefits of the cloud-computing trend. But more than that, they are using this technology to more efficiently run their organizations, better serve their customers, and dramatically increase their overall profit margins.

For example, employees can access customer information via cloud-based CRM software  from their smartphone or tablet at home or while traveling, and can quickly share that information with other authorized parties anywhere in the world.

Still, there are those leaders that are remaining hesitant about committing to cloud-computing solutions for their organizations. So, we’d like to take a few minutes and share 12 business advantages of cloud computing.

  • Cost Savings
  • Security
  • Flexibility
  • Mobility
  • Insight
  • Increased Collaboration
  • Quality Control
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Loss Prevention
  • Automatic Software Updates
  • Competitive Edge
  • Sustainability

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