If your business has not embraced Cloud Technology services – now would be a good time to start.

For any small businesses, the Cloud can be a very useful tool to stay connected and manage a business while on the go. Many professionals use multiple devices to answer email, write memo, manage projects, to keep in touch with their office staff and customers, by syncing their laptops, smart phones, and now tablets using cloud technology services. 

But have you thought about bringing your accounting online? Cloud technology can also give you access to your business financials at all times.  You can have access to your office remotely to look up and create invoices for your customers, to get invoices paid quickly and have access to your financials anywhere you are working.

Subscribing to a Cloud service will give your business the ability to access, edit, sync and share data from anyone of the many technology devices you use every day.  A simple setup fee, paid monthly or annual will keep your files backup to the Cloud while giving you security and access to your data at any time; from anywhere.

To access your data all you need is a Web-enabled mobile device. File access includes your documents, photos, music and videos.  Sharing and synchronizing files across all your devices is as simple as clicking a button. Once you embrace the Cloud service concept you will ask yourself, how did I ever live without it?  It’s a simple tool that keeps you connected and in sync wherever you go.

Here are just a few of the Cloud services I subscribe to manage my business:  

QuickBooks-Online,  Sugar Sync,  Google Docs.


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