The cloud is one of the newer buzz words in technology.

With cloud computing, you can run servers, applications, and services, all via the Internet. The cloud uses a “black box” approach. When an application or service is placed in the cloud, you don’t have to worry about how the application or service works, and you don’t have to fret about the infrastructure on which it runs. The cloud hosting company manages those details.

Instead, companies get the ease and convenience of having constant access to applications and services without the headache of hosting or managing the technology. The need for onsite servers at your company is eliminated and your employees can use applications or services seamlessly.

Better still, since cloud computing services are used by multiple customers, access to these servers will reduce expenses, as the cost is spread among many companies. There has never been a better time to move to the cloud.

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So what can you do with the cloud?

Some examples of using the cloud are:

  • Host your email
  • Access Microsoft Office applications
  • Utilize SharePoint services
  • Use cloud storage
  • Administer servers and applications
  • Provide system management
  • Provide online meetings and conference calls

Since these applications and services are on the cloud, they can be accessed from anywhere that has access to the Internet.

Did you know?


The three biggest concerns stopping an organization from into moving to the cloud are security questions (61%), integration challenges (46%), and information governance (35%).