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How to Use Cloud Computing with Your Online Business

Posted by on 22nd Jan 2013 | 0 comments

As bloggers and online marketers, the internet is our business, which is why it’s important for us to continually adapt and change with technology and the way others run their businesses online.

Cloud computing is quickly becoming one of the most advanced and effective ways to do business online. Whether it’s connecting with other bloggers, backing up your data and storage or simply sharing information and working off your mobile device… it’s all possible through the cloud.

In this post we are going to highlight some exciting ways that you can start taking advantage of what cloud computing has to offer and how it can improve your productivity, business and use of the internet for business.

Non-Stop Data Backup

Mobile and Cloud is the Future

There are plenty of ways to store and backup your data online, but choosing the right solution that matches your budget and daily business is what’s important. Backing up your data isn’t just about your WordPress files and latest blog posts, it’s also about everything on your computer and having it backup while you are working on daily tasks. Backing up your data means you will not only have a stored copy on your computer, but also another backup copy within your cloud storage.

Everyone is Mobile. Your Business Should Be Too!

Right Now Everyone is Mobile

Do you know how many people are currently accessing your web site, blog or business through their mobile devices? It’s probably a lot more than you think. In addition to making sure your business is mobile for your customers, your physical business operations can now be more mobile and virtual than ever. As technology continues to progress, there is less need for people to physically be there as mobile applications allow people to connect person to person via voice, text and video from virtually anywhere. Integrating your business with cloud computing means less costs and more productivity through mobile business connections.

It’s All About Information Sharing

Communicating Through the Cloud

It would be ridiculous to talk about cloud computing and not stress upon the importance of information sharing. Cloud computing means that you will never have to bring your computer or laptop to your next meeting… no need to copy CDs… and you can even throw out your old zip drives. The cloud can hold all of your important documents and data and have them accessible from any location at any given time, not only for yourself, but for everyone within your business or who you would like to share these documents with as well.

What’s great about implementing the cloud within your business is that you can scale it down for the most minimal tasks or implement its full features and functionality to work with a company that has thousands of employees.

For most of us, cloud computing is brand new and mostly being used by larger businesses for employees and clients to connect with each. It will only be a matter of time when hardware is pushed out of the way and cloud computing and technology is running everything.

How can you use cloud computing with your online business or blog?

 

I am blogging on behalf of Visa Business and received compensation for my time from Visa for sharing my views in this post, but the views expressed here are solely mine, not Visa’s. Visit http://facebook.com/visasmallbiz to take a look at the reinvented Facebook Page: Well Sourced by Visa Business. The Page serves as a space where small business owners can access educational resources, read success stories from other business owners, engage with peers, and find tips to help businesses run more efficiently. Every month, the Page will introduce a new theme that will focus on a topic important to a small business owner’s success. For additional tips and advice, and information about Visa’s small business solutions, follow @VisaSmallBiz and visit http://visa.com/business.


Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at ZacJohnson.com, as well as the founder of BloggingTips.com. You can also follow me on Twitter and Facebook

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