The benefits of cloud computing

The benefits of cloud computing

Cloud computing is as mainstream as it’ll ever be in the United States, with over 96% of all businesses using a cloud-based solution. It can be as simple as a G Suite-based spreadsheet or as complex as an entire enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, but regardless of which tool you use, it looks like the cloud is here to stay.

While the majority of US businesses use the cloud in their day-to-day operations, it is still unclear to many managers and company leaders why the cloud is indispensable. Below are some of cloud computing’s most tangible benefits for businesses.


With cloud computing, users can easily scale their services up or down depending on their specific needs. This is a great solution for businesses whose workloads tend to fluctuate or change with the season. Cloud computing also provides different types of storage offerings, namely public, private, or hybrid storage. Just make sure to choose one that best suits your operational and security requirements.

The cloud is also a great way for your business to leverage technologies that are offered on an as-a-service model. Cloud computing lets you harness the convenience, computing power, and cost efficiency of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), or Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) options.

Another notable feature of a cloud-based system is that it can be used on practically any device that can connect to the internet. This is great news for businesses that are now exploring remote work and work-from-home options, a common response to the growing concern over the coronavirus pandemic.


With cloud computing, your workers can easily access cloud-supported work tools and files while still allowing you to put safety controls in place. This will help your employees become more productive with the same amount of time they spend at the office as they do at home. And because many cloud-based platforms are intuitive and AI-powered, your employees will spend less time in training and will tend to have fewer errors as well.

Because cloud-based tools like ERP software, for instance, are efficient, you won’t need to wait for vendors to come to your office and install them before you can use them. Cloud-based dashboards are accessible via the internet and are ready to use out of the box. No need to wait for big downloads to finish and no need to wait for weeks for a technician to free up.

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Strategic value

Cloud services are only as valuable as the quality of the services provided by the cloud vendor. Reputable managed IT solutions providers like WhiteOwl provide cloud solutions that offer a lot of bang for your buck by bundling cloud services with a host of other solutions, such as cybersecurity, managed IT, and more.

WhiteOwl is also at the forefront of digital transformation for SMBs in South Florida; we leverage the cloud and business automation to provide our clients with solutions that will improve their business agility and competitiveness, all in a simple subscription-style payment scheme.

Our cloud solutions are a great way to empower your staff through complicated times brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, as it’ll help make sure that they stay productive and keep your business operational from remote locations. Gain an edge over your competitors by being there for your clients through this challenge.

Do away with unnecessary expenses and leverage the might of the cloud with WhiteOwl’s host of cloud-based services. We’ll be happy to walk you through the entire process. Give us a call to set your appointment.

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