The cloud is a seemingly intangible technology that can be applied pretty much anywhere where there is business, from social to enterprise and even mobile. The benefits of the ethereal cloud are very real, but when it comes to tapping its power for your own personal business, where does one begin?
Cloud communications isn’t just fancy tech-term used in the industry – it is much more than a simple catchphrase, and it has helped a lot of organizations when it comes to using data and keeping costs down. With the cloud being a highly secure, location-independent solution, it offers options that far outweigh traditional IT services, and thus makes for an attractive option for computing and communications needs.
Many businesses are at an advantage when they utilize the cloud for work. By using information more effectively, workflow and the teams behind them come together. It takes fewer people to do more work on a cloud, with a minimal learning curve on hardware and software issues.
For your business, what does this mean and how do you get there? Join Windstream (News - Alert) for “Making It YOUR Cloud: Understanding the Benefits of Hosted, Managed and Cloud IP Telephony,” to learn how to tap the power of the cloud and apply it to your business. Whether it’s hosted or managed, learn about the different types of cloud computing and what you need to know when considering making the move towards a cloud system.