10 facts about working cloud-based

PoultryPlan is a cloud-based software package. That means you will have access to your data on your smartphone, tablet or desktop. Whenever you like and wherever you are. However, there are still many preconceptions about working in the cloud. For example, doubts about the security of data and reliability of the servers. Often, these assumptions stem from the lack of knowledge about cloud-based data. That’s why we want to give you 10 facts about cloud-based working, to show that moving to the cloud is the right next step for your business.

  1. Improved security when you store data in the cloud

The main barrier to cloud adoption remains security concerns. But when your data and information records are stored in the cloud, they are easier to protect and retrieve than when they are stored locally, where they are more vulnerable to data leaks, theft, or breaches. With an effective cloud-based storage solution, you not only improve your security, but you also avoid costly data recovery methods. While there are some concerns about data security, cloud computing can eventually provide your company with professionally managed backups for your entire business.

 

  1. Competitive advantage

While working-cloud based is becoming more popular, some people still prefer to keep everything local. That is their choice, but doing so puts them at a distinct disadvantage when competing with those who have access to the cloud’s benefits. If you implement a cloud-based solution ahead of your competitors, you will be further along the learning curve when they catch up.

 

  1. Sustainability

Cloud hosting is more environmentally friendly and has a lower carbon footprint. Given the current state of the environment, it is no longer sufficient for businesses to place a recycling bin in the breakroom and claim that they are helping the planet. True sustainability need solutions that address wastefulness at every level of a company.

 

  1. Prevention of file loss

If your company’s files are stored on an internal drive or employee computers, you run the risk of losing access to them due to user error, employee sabotage, viruses, and hackers. Backing up your company files to the cloud allows you to relax, knowing that the files are safe in the event of a disaster.

 

  1. Automatic software updates

For those who have a lot to get done, there isn’t anything more irritating than having to wait for system updates to be installed. Instead of requiring an IT department to perform a manual update, cloud-based applications automatically refresh and update themselves. This saves valuable IT staff time and money that would otherwise be spent on outside IT consultation.

 

  1. Remote work is the new trend

This is a very relevant benefit right now, as companies across the globe have had to rapidly transition to mass remote working. Working cloud-based gives your workforce flexibility both inside and outside the workplace. Your employees can work and have access to files and documents from any location at any time, as long as they have an internet connection, allowing them to work effectively from home, while traveling, or on the go, as well as from the office itself.

 

  1. Cost savings on hardware, software, and operations

Using cloud-based tools can help you save money on purchasing, maintaining, and upgrading IT equipment and systems. Working cloud-based help you save operational costs and reduce the level of IT expertise required in your business because maintenance and upgrades can be managed externally by your cloud service provider.

 

  1. Improvements in collaboration and productivity

A wide range of cloud-based tools and apps are available to assist teams in efficiently collaborating and completing tasks more quickly. From Microsoft Teams, where you can chat and collaborate with colleagues, to OneDrive or SharePoint, where people can access and work on documents simultaneously, you no longer need to be in the same room to work well as a team.

 

  1. Availability of excellent tools and technology

Nowadays, the cloud can provide you with access to the most recent, best-in-class technology for your business, which was previously only available to large enterprises due to the high cost of purchasing it outright.

 

  1. Scalable IT infrastructure

Working cloud-based allows you to easily scale your IT requirements as needed. Whether you need more or fewer resources, cloud computing allows you to adjust almost instantly. This is a stark contrast to on-premises infrastructure scaling, which can take days or weeks and disrupt your workflow.

 

Are you interested in a Cloud-based software package that provides insight into all relevant data within your poultry business or poultry integration. Have a look at www.poultryplan.com and get in touch!

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