The cloud technology that has enabled this transformation has made many things possible that previous generations couldn’t have dreamed of — not just for traditional office workers, but for the mobile teams who don’t do their jobs behind a desk and who still report to job sites every day. It facilitates a seamless transfer of data, without the need to be in the same location, reducing costs while increasing safety and productivity.
Field organizations that rely on mobile phones and tablets to get their work done are leveraging the cloud and no-code technology to do far more than just streamline administrative tasks; they’re using it to ensure quality and compliance, and improve their bottom lines by reducing time spent on tasks on a job site.
The “cloud” refers to servers that can be accessed through the internet. Using “cloud storage” means you are letting someone else store your data for you, but you can access it at any time.
Though some people are uncomfortable at first with the idea of moving their data to the cloud, it’s not unlike storing your money in a bank. Cloud storage enables flexibility that otherwise would be difficult (consider how easy it is to take money out of an ATM when you need it!); think of the cloud as a bank for your data.
Cloud technology has forever altered the way we exchange information, both in our personal and professional lives. Organizations that find more and novel ways to use it put themselves at a distinct advantage over those who lag behind.
Here are three reasons to embrace the cloud for your organization.
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