In this last video in our four part series brought to you in association with Microsoft, we're going to attempt to give you a basic overview of how cloud computing can make your business truly mobile.
As well as potentially saving you money, moving your server to the cloud allows you to give staff access wherever they are. And it's not just email and calendars. Cloud applications like Office 365 let you have online meetings, even run Word and edit spreadsheets from a Web browser or a phone.
The other upshot is that by having everything stored centrally, and using an application like Sharepoint Online, you can avoid the headache of different staff using different versions of files.
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