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The Transfer of Business Operations to the Cloud

Published on 08 August 13
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Great Business Services in the Cloud

Cloud services are growing rapidly and itâs no longer as simple as storing a document and retrieving it from anywhere with an internet connection. Businesses are increasingly moving their day-to-day operations from in-house systems to cloud hosted locations to save on capital expenditure and to aid productivity by making the software used to run their business available in just the same way as files and folders became accessible with cloud storage solutions.

Big Business in the Cloud

Some of the worldâs largest corporations are using private or public cloud hosting for their business software. Google Apps for business are a great example of functional office software working for users wherever they decide to work. Major accounting firms and software providers like Sage, now do more business in the cloud than ever before. To ignore the possibilities is commercial suicide.


Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software integrates with project management solutions to enable businesses with multiple locations to function seamlessly by remaining in contact with teams and for management to have their fingers on the pulse of every aspect of their business.

Cloud Based CRM Software

Customer relationship management systems, are the mainstay of many businesses with large customer bases. They are the lifeblood of customer contact systems that operate across the world in many sites in many countries, but systems designed to reside in private cloud networks, ensure customer data is always available for a companyâs employees. CRM software encompasses everything from live stock rotation data from company warehouses through to orders placed by customers on the end of the phone or online. Cloud technology allows businesses to streamline operations like never before.

Not Just Early Adopters

Cloud hosting and cloud computing is no longer just for businesses at the forefront of technology. Cloud computing is used in all parts of society from medical records through to tax reporting and most applications are developed to operate with many users instead of a single user system. Even complex design software is linkable to project management software to ensure design teams are working coherently and key stakeholders can provide feedback at approval stages without the need for outdated progress meetings. Efficiency is definitely the buzzword for modern businesses and itâs obvious that cloud computing is key to lowering costs and increasing productivity.

In-House or Outsourced Hardware Management

The move to cloud architecture means that business businesses are increasingly changing from a capital expenditure investment by committing budgets to operating expenses by subscribing to services rather than investing in staff and equipment that requires training and maintenance. The problem is that many manages services are not able to handle highly bespoke software deployments because they cater for masses rather than specific needs.


Any business that needs to protect its data and intends to use enterprise-wide software are much more likely to receive the services they want if they cater for their own needs by investing in their own knowledgebase and equipment. The UK has many providers of both software and hardware with consultants who can advise on best practises and help anticipate the needs for a certain system. The best advice any business manager could take on-board is to stick with approved suppliers of the most popular brands because they will have the experience and skillset to help you make the correct decision. This may be a little biased because Iâm familiar with datatechuk.com, but in my experience, if the best manufacturers trust a company to deploy their systems it usually means they know what they are doing.


Great Business Services in the Cloud

Cloud services are growing rapidly and itâs no longer as simple as storing a document and retrieving it from anywhere with an internet connection. Businesses are increasingly moving their day-to-day operations from in-house systems to cloud hosted locations to save on capital expenditure and to aid productivity by making the software used to run their business available in just the same way as files and folders became accessible with cloud storage solutions.

Big Business in the Cloud

Some of the worldâs largest corporations are using private or public cloud hosting for their business software. Google Apps for business are a great example of functional office software working for users wherever they decide to work. Major accounting firms and software providers like Sage, now do more business in the cloud than ever before. To ignore the possibilities is commercial suicide.

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software integrates with project management solutions to enable businesses with multiple locations to function seamlessly by remaining in contact with teams and for management to have their fingers on the pulse of every aspect of their business.

Cloud Based CRM Software

Customer relationship management systems, are the mainstay of many businesses with large customer bases. They are the lifeblood of customer contact systems that operate across the world in many sites in many countries, but systems designed to reside in private cloud networks, ensure customer data is always available for a companyâs employees. CRM software encompasses everything from live stock rotation data from company warehouses through to orders placed by customers on the end of the phone or online. Cloud technology allows businesses to streamline operations like never before.

Not Just Early Adopters

Cloud hosting and cloud computing is no longer just for businesses at the forefront of technology. Cloud computing is used in all parts of society from medical records through to tax reporting and most applications are developed to operate with many users instead of a single user system. Even complex design software is linkable to project management software to ensure design teams are working coherently and key stakeholders can provide feedback at approval stages without the need for outdated progress meetings. Efficiency is definitely the buzzword for modern businesses and itâs obvious that cloud computing is key to lowering costs and increasing productivity.

In-House or Outsourced Hardware Management

The move to cloud architecture means that business businesses are increasingly changing from a capital expenditure investment by committing budgets to operating expenses by subscribing to services rather than investing in staff and equipment that requires training and maintenance. The problem is that many manages services are not able to handle highly bespoke software deployments because they cater for masses rather than specific needs.

Any business that needs to protect its data and intends to use enterprise-wide software are much more likely to receive the services they want if they cater for their own needs by investing in their own knowledgebase and equipment. The UK has many providers of both software and hardware with consultants who can advise on best practises and help anticipate the needs for a certain system. The best advice any business manager could take on-board is to stick with approved suppliers of the most popular brands because they will have the experience and skillset to help you make the correct decision. This may be a little biased because Iâm familiar with datatechuk.com, but in my experience, if the best manufacturers trust a company to deploy their systems it usually means they know what they are doing.

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