Cloud technology isn’t another one-size-fits-all approach to a better way of doing business. It certainly is a universally applied solution, but one that means very different things to various types and sizes of business. The beauty of the Cloud is how it can fit into any size and virtually all types of businesses, which seems as if I’m contradicting what I’ve just mentioned (and the title of this post). But the difference is Cloud technology has several ways in which it can be utilized within a business- some are heavily dependent on it because it saves money, it’s functional to the start-up business or perhaps it’s the only way to go to connect remote employees or enhance communication between employees and clients on various devices. Both large and SMB’s are benefitting greatly, but only when they apply the Cloud in a way that fits their needs, as far as their crew is trained, how comfortable with the security available and put into place, and as much or as little of their business operating within the Cloud- that’s how businesses are doing it.
All businesses have affordable security technology available to them so they can utilize the BYOD experience (How? Ask us at NWMAP). Today it’s all about the strategy for how it can specifically work for a business. Helpful strategies include:
Deciding how to combine work and home calls etc, (i.e. transform a tablet into a desk phone- Yep, we can help you)!
What’s your priorities? Communication needs?
Security in place (i.e. in case an employee loses their tablet, we have wonderful Cloud security options).
Rules- it would be no fun if we didn’t mention rules! But part of the Cloud/BYOD revolution includes businesses having a clear understanding of their plans and strategies, which include guidelines for how the Cloud is used for their business.
Questions about HOW the Cloud might work for you? What’s available to make it work for you? https://nwmap.com/contact-us