When a business grows to employ more than two people, the necessity to have clear channels of communication become easily apparent. For some small-to-medium enterprises, this can prove to be a hurdle that could jeopardize future business. For a time, cloud computing technology was a luxury used by large corporations–in-house–as a way to boost efficiency and privacy. But with the number of cheap, or even free, cloud hosting, millions are wondering why they didn’t start using the cloud before.


With the growth in usage of cloud computing comes the realization that the technology grows with its users. Once considered revolutionary because of its disembodied ability to store large quantities of documentation, the technology has grown to encompass document editing software and even a hybrid system to allow users to store sensitive information in one place, and non-sensitive information in another.


Up In The Air? The Future of Cloud Computing

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