What is cloud computing ... and why does it matter for my business?

In its most simple form, cloud computing is the use of a shared resource on the Internet to store, manage and process data. Regardless of the industry you operate in, the cloud allows unique users to access the same software application from any device, anywhere, at any time. Information is easily shared between team members without the need to print files, manually input reports or be in the same physical location.

Take a moment to imagine this structure in place for your accounting processes. With data available in the cloud, your accountant can access and adjust your records in real time.

So, why should you care about cloud computing? The threat of being left behind. Cloud computing is quickly becoming a new organizational norm.

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