We live in an age where technology rules the roost. New innovations are coming into force and current technology never stays current for too long.
Without evolving with the times, you put yourself at risk of falling behind. By keeping your finger on the pulse, you can make sure your organisation stays ahead of the competition.
A huge surge in business technology in recent years has shifted organisations towards Cloud technology. According to Forbes, Cloud migration was the number one enterprise tech trend for 2017. The numerous benefits of using a Cloud-based system have meant it is becoming an essential part of the modern working world.
Backing up and protecting your data is massively important for any business, but keeping it private and secure is also of paramount importance, especially with new data protection regulations coming into force next year.
Giving you the flexibility to access your data from anywhere, 24/7, 365 days a year. Your employees can work at a different desk or building or even from the comfort of their own home, and with hot desking becoming an increasingly popular trend of modern offices, this is a big plus point for Cloud technology.
With a reliable, high quality system you can save costs associated with servers and storage, meaning your organisation can be running faster and more cost-effectively.
Connecting workers, working remotely and improving efficiency, Cloud technology will soon be crucial for nearly every business. In fact, research from Ovum suggests that as many as 80% of businesses will be using Cloud technology by 2019.
What will the next trend in business technology be and how will this affect the way you work on a daily basis? It’s hard to anticipate new innovations but in order to future proof your business, you must embrace new technology rather than ignore it.