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Three Features to Look For In Online Project Management Software

Published on 22 February 16
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The cloud is all grown up and it’s time to take a look at the companies serving you up the best virtual experience. In recent years the cloud has grown from a relatively little-understood personal file backup to an indispensable solution for companies switching to an online project management platform. Tech giants like Apple, Microsoft and Google were the first to offer cloud services to a wide user base, but cloud service providers have been popping up all over the web ever since.

Deciding whether or not a feature is important is up to the user, but when it comes to maximising workflow some services are invaluable. Competition for your online business is fierce and that’s good news. Many companies offer a range of business solutions at relatively little cost. These are some of the services any modern business needs in order to survive in a fast-paced, virtually connected world.

Storage

When cloud computing was relatively new to the public, storage was the first advantage to be touted. Cloud storage offers extra space, leaving your devices free for app downloads and large programs. Unlike a physical drive, your files are accessible from any device any time. No need to carry a bulky drive with you, or risk losing a bunch of high profile USB sticks. It doesn’t come as a surprise that storage makes up the main component of many cloud service providers. Storage capacity does have a limit however, and most companies charge a fee if you need additional space on their servers. Some providers offer greater free membership capacity than others, while companies like DropBox give users many free incremental upgrades through promotional tasks and social media channels.

Collaboration

Companies like Glasscubes, who offer collaboration and project management software, can help businesses modernise internal communications. Do away with email and collaborate with the whole team in real time. The cloud has allowed service providers to offer an efficient solution to tackle projects. Colleagues and clients alike can edit documents in real time, assigning tasks, or simply converse over chat. These features make overly full email inboxes and constantly revised memos a thing of the past.

A virtual workspace

The cloud makes it possible for people to collaborate on a project from anywhere where there’s an internet connection. And while office space may be scarce during a company trip, a dedicated online workspace keeps everyone on the same page. Cloud workspaces make paperwork redundant as you share files, assign tasks, and manage projects from one online platform. Workspaces make it easier for groups of people, like clients and suppliers to come on board and see the latest developments.

Microsoft and especially Apple offer cloud storage solutions that extend their existing programs and services to be readily available from anywhere. DropBox is designed as a simple file storage solution that allows users to drag, drop and edit files from multiple devices. Meanwhile, more complete cloud service providers offer effective collaboration and project management software, providing a serious alternative to the traditional, stationary workplace.

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The cloud is all grown up and it’s time to take a look at the companies serving you up the best virtual experience. In recent the cloud has grown from a relatively little-understood personal file backup to an indispensable solution for companies switching to an online project management platform. Tech giants like Apple, Microsoft and Google were the first to offer cloud services to a wide user base, but cloud service providers have been popping up all over the web ever since.

Deciding whether or not a feature is important is up to the user, but when it comes to maximising workflow some services are invaluable. Competition for your online business is fierce and that’s good news. Many companies offer a range of business solutions at relatively little cost. These are some of the services any modern business needs in order to survive in a fast-paced, virtually connected world.

Storage

When cloud computing was relatively new to the public, storage was the first advantage to be touted. Cloud storage offers extra space, leaving your devices free for app downloads and large programs. Unlike a physical drive, your files are accessible from any device . No need to carry a bulky drive with or risk losing a bunch of high profile USB sticks. It doesn’t come as a surprise that storage makes up the main component of many cloud service providers. Storage capacity does have a however, and most companies charge a fee if you need additional space on their servers. Some providers offer greater free membership capacity than while companies like DropBox give users many free incremental upgrades through promotional tasks and social media channels.

Collaboration

Companies like Glasscubes, who offer collaboration and project management software, can help businesses modernise internal communications. Do away with email and collaborate with the whole team in real time. The cloud has allowed service providers to offer an efficient solution to tackle projects. Colleagues and clients alike can edit documents in real time, assigning tasks, or simply converse over chat. These features make overly full email inboxes and constantly revised memos a thing of the past.

A virtual workspace

The cloud makes it possible for people to collaborate on a project from anywhere where there’s an internet connection. And while office space may be scarce during a company trip, a dedicated online workspace keeps everyone on the same page. Cloud workspaces make paperwork redundant as you share files, assign tasks, and manage projects from one online platform. Workspaces make it easier for groups of people, like clients and suppliers to come on board and see the latest developments.

Microsoft and especially Apple offer cloud storage solutions that extend their existing programs and services to be readily available from anywhere. DropBox is designed as a simple file storage solution that allows users to drag, drop and edit files from multiple devices. Meanwhile, cloud service providers offer effective collaboration and project management software, providing a serious alternative to the traditional, stationary workplace.

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