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Top 5 Reasons to Implement Cloud Computing

Sep 9, 2013 12:00:00 AM / by Becca McCarthy

Cloud computing is becoming an increasingly popular implementation among both large and small companies. Here are the top 5 reasons to implement cloud computing for your business:

  1. Reliability: Many cloud storage systems have high uptime and reliability. According to, Box boasted a 100% uptime, based on a study performed in June 2013.
  2. Cost Savings: Access to “the cloud” is less expensive, and unlike traditional on-premise software, does not require multiple license fees for added users. There are multiple payment options for the cloud including one-time-payments, pay-as-you-go, etc. These options make it easy for a company to select a payment method that works for them.
  3. Automatic Software Updates: Software updates for cloud-based programs occur automatically. You never need to worry about the hassle of having an outdated program, as when cloud software is updated, it updates automatically across all of its users.
  4. Access Anywhere: Cloud computing can be accessed anywhere, given there is internet access. You can also access the cloud from different devices including desktops, laptops, mobile devices, and tablets.
  5. Storage Capacity: The cloud offers users a virtually unlimited storage capacity. This means that you will not have to worry about running out of storage space, or having to add more storage space later on.

Cloud computing offers its users a variety of benefits. From essentially unlimited storage space to cost savings and reliability, cloud computing is a great option for businesses of all sizes to consider.

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Becca McCarthy

Written by Becca McCarthy

Becca has a passion for brands and analytics. She brings expertise from working with Fortune 1000 brands and helping them sell directly to consumers online. An avid online shopper, Becca is thrilled to be a part of Logicbroker and help clients provide a better shopping experience for their consumers. As the Director of Marketing at Logicbroker, Becca focuses on building out the Logicbroker brand, strategic partnerships, and bringing customer success stories to light while keeping a pulse on industry trends and best practices. Becca holds a BA in Communications and English from the University of Connecticut. Outside of work, Becca enjoys cooking, Jeopardy!, and spending time at home with her husband and their two dogs, Zulu and Luna.