What did we do before we could live and conduct business in the cloud? Think … Dropbox, Skype, Asana, Google Docs – and the list goes on. Many small businesses rely on full access to cloud based applications through a web browser or a light weight desktop or mobile app to manage business remotely while on the go.
Cloud computing enables you to get your applications up and running faster, with improved manageability and less maintenance, and enables IT to adjust resources to meet fluctuating and unpredictable business demand.
Here are five examples of cloud based apps that could improve your office productivity.
Small businesses can leverage features and functions of a world-class phone system without the associated expense. eVoice can be accessed via the Internet, telephone or email and provides a communications solution that enables you to work from anywhere and make a big business impression.
FuseMail is a robust email platform and an affordable alternative to in-house or Exchange hosted solutions. It offers hosted email with an integrated email security suite including Microsoft Exchange. FuseMail offers email archiving, email continuity, and desktop-to-desktop email encryption.
Onebox is a full-featured suite of unified communications services, including voicemail, email, fax and more. They offer local or toll-free numbers, web conferencing, axing, call recording, and over sixty features to help streamline communications.