The cloud doesn’t just improve the efficiency of your staff. It also improves the efficiency of your IT infrastructure as a whole.
With the cloud, portions of your physical infrastructure can be hosted off-site. With less hardware, you’ll naturally spend less on things like maintenance, updates, and energy.
Again, with less hardware, comes less maintenance. While this does mean fewer bills, it also means less management, less responsibility, and less on-the-job stress.
Since your hardware and data are both hosted off-site, this means you benefit from built-in data protection. Your data will remain backed up at a secure location.
Cloud computing can improve individual productivity by creating a mobile, flexible working environment. This example proves it.