We are producing more data than ever before. According to computer giant IBM, more than 2.5 quintillion bytes is produced every day and it’s growing fast. There were an estimated 6.4 billion connected “things” in 2016, up 30% from the previous year. We are also continuously sending and receiving data over digital networks. This unstoppable growth is unsustainable if we don’t act smart and manage the chunks of Big data that we all produce, store, and constantly share.
Whether you are working in your office premises or on-the-go, enjoy the benefits of MS office 365 new apps, features, and top-of-the-line set of productivity tools. Office 365 accelerates the path of ‘digital transformation’ by adding new extensions to your work. With its universal toolkit, it gives the flexibility to streamline teamwork, provides flexibility and choice of how people can connect, share and communicate. Whenever and wherever you are, it lets you create, edit, and share important data from your PC/Mac, your iOS, Android™, or Windows device with anyone in real time.
Moving to the Cloud for running and storing information for your business is no longer a new idea but has become a standard practice. According to the 2017 survey on Cloud adoption by RightScale, 95% of respondents are running their applications on Cloud storage.
In today’s highly dynamic work environment, Cloud Computing is a proven technology to make your business more efficient and thus, profitable. According to different researches and statistics numbers, incorporating Cloud technology to any business, big or small, results in high quality of services with the lowest expenses on operational needs.
27% of the larger organisations have already shifted their ERP to the Cloud and 78% are more likely to switch. However, small businesses are still stuck with old traditional systems and don’t want to move on. It can be due to multiple reasons. Let’s dig deeper into this issue: