Cloud computing has been on the market for more than a decade now, but not everyone has been on board. If you’re a startup or a company looking to enhance your operations and haven’t made the step, then these few points should help you jumpstart the process. If you’re still relying on a physical server to run your operations, then it’s time to make a move.

Easier collaboration

Sending email attachments is for the most part inconveniencing. When collaborating on a project, it becomes quite easy to end up working on the wrong version of a plan, only to find out you missed an email with the final copy of a document. With cloud computing, everything is shared and available to anyone at the same time. You’re able to see changes made in real time and get the latest version. It also makes for better collaborations because everyone is included, unlike on emails and individual machines where people work alone before updating the rest of the team.


Part of organizations vision, even a health PR company, is expansion and growth. Cloud computing grows with the company effortlessly. That means the growth of a company doesn’t inconvenience the entire team when, in more traditional methods, where work has to stop briefly as hardware is brought in to supplement the space required. One can work with ease knowing that part of their expansion budget won’t have to go into purchasing expensive software. What equally makes this service preferable is that should you need to scale down, you can do it with equal ease.


Should anything happen, you’re assured that all your information is intact and accessible from a different place part from the office. Small businesses are more likely than large firms to go for cloud computing than larger companies because they don’t have the money and time required to call in experts when their servers crash. Disaster recovery is a more straightforward and therefore no matter what happens at the physical location, you’re not worried about your hard work being swept away.

It’s cheaper

Having talked about hardware and their capital-intensive nature, it becomes quite evident that small business ought to go this route because it’s cheaper. Part of your starting budget doesn’t need to be exorbitant prices for hardware. One can get a plan that works for their company and pocket size. It’s equally straightforward, and management is likely to opt for something that makes financial sense, and in the long run, is the better alternative.