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Employees in Demand of Cloud-based Apps

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Cloud computing has been present in technology for a long time, but over the last couple of years it has been frequently discussed in relation to business requirements. Contemporary professional surroundings and mobile employees require efficient collaborative solutions such as those offered by the cloud. Being accessible from multiple platforms and offering plenty of storage space, cloud-based apps emerged as a perfect solution for increasingly mobile business environment.

Shifting to the cloud platform represents a popular topic among CIOs of small to medium sized businesses. The issues such as data control and security are usually regarded as the major impediment to moving the whole company infrastructure to the cloud. Employees, on the other hand, constantly require flexible solutions that would enable them to easily and efficiently collaborate with their team workers. This and a constant access to most important documents makes cloud-based applications very popular among professionals in 21st century. Advanced file sharing and collaboration options make these applications perfect solution for boosting their productivity.

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Considering all their advantages, it may be said that cloud-based applications became a basic requirement in the professional world. Last yearâs Spiceworks survey outlines that âemployee demands drive widespread cloud-based file sharing deployments within SMB environments.â According to their data, 33 percent of IT professionals actively use file-sharing services such as Dropbox and Box. Dropbox is known for its good reputation among the individual users and Box is often regarded as the best possible solution for business collaboration. With all the features these services have to offer, it is no wonder that employees readily accept to trust their data to them.

The most important benefit cloud-based apps bring to professional surroundings is boosted productivity. Syncing files across multiple devices means that they are accessible any time. This enables employees to finish at least a part of their work at home or on other devices they actively use. In the era when tablets are rapidly taking over the business environment this has an additional significance. However there is still a large percentage of employees that are not ready or not allowed to use cloud solutions. The survey notes that IT departments are still worried about reliability of these services when it comes to data security. 64 percent of survey respondents said that that they neither use nor plan to use any of the cloud-based apps offered. However, having in mind how rapidly IT departments change in modern era, it may be reasonable to expect that this number can only decrease in future.

With all these numbers in mind, it becomes clear that cloud computing is a topic every professional should be concerned about. Companies may avoid to recommend cloud-based apps to their employees but now even an average, non-techie person can easily install and run a service such as Dropbox. Therefore, the companies should work out an exact policy concerning using cloud-based apps. Both CIOs and employees should learn more about pros and cons of using the cloud efficiently, so their companies could benefit.

Article provided by Crucial Cloud Computing


Cloud computing has been present in technology for a long time, but over the last couple of years it has been frequently discussed in relation to business requirements. Contemporary professional surroundings and mobile employees require efficient collaborative solutions such as those offered by the cloud. Being accessible from multiple platforms and offering plenty of storage space, cloud-based apps emerged as a perfect solution for increasingly mobile business environment.

Shifting to the cloud platform represents a popular topic among CIOs of small to medium sized businesses. The issues such as data control and security are usually regarded as the major impediment to moving the whole company infrastructure to the cloud. Employees, on the other hand, constantly require flexible solutions that would enable them to easily and efficiently collaborate with their team workers. This and a constant access to most important documents makes cloud-based applications very popular among professionals in 21st century. Advanced file sharing and collaboration options make these applications perfect solution for boosting their productivity.

Employees in Demand of Cloud-based Apps - Image 1

Considering all their advantages, it may be said that cloud-based applications became a basic requirement in the professional world. Last yearâs Spiceworks survey outlines that âemployee demands drive widespread cloud-based file sharing deployments within SMB environments.â According to their data, 33 percent of IT professionals actively use file-sharing services such as Dropbox and Box. Dropbox is known for its good reputation among the individual users and Box is often regarded as the best possible solution for business collaboration. With all the features these services have to offer, it is no wonder that employees readily accept to trust their data to them.

The most important benefit cloud-based apps bring to professional surroundings is boosted productivity. Syncing files across multiple devices means that they are accessible any time. This enables employees to finish at least a part of their work at home or on other devices they actively use. In the era when tablets are rapidly taking over the business environment this has an additional significance. However there is still a large percentage of employees that are not ready or not allowed to use cloud solutions. The survey notes that IT departments are still worried about reliability of these services when it comes to data security. 64 percent of survey respondents said that that they neither use nor plan to use any of the cloud-based apps offered. However, having in mind how rapidly IT departments change in modern era, it may be reasonable to expect that this number can only decrease in future.

With all these numbers in mind, it becomes clear that cloud computing is a topic every professional should be concerned about. Companies may avoid to recommend cloud-based apps to their employees but now even an average, non-techie person can easily install and run a service such as Dropbox. Therefore, the companies should work out an exact policy concerning using cloud-based apps. Both CIOs and employees should learn more about pros and cons of using the cloud efficiently, so their companies could benefit.

Article provided by Crucial Cloud Computing

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