SMBS and cloud computing: the financial benefits are undeniable

BENJAMIN ROUSSEY | April 6, 2018

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Cloud computing is rapidly finding favor among small businesses with an estimated 78 percent of companies forecast to adopt this technology by 2020. And it makes sense, considering the technology has liberated businesses from the shackles of limited storage and memory imposed by external hard drives and computers. Moreover, cloud computing has introduced numerous benefits to startups and small businesses, such as augmented production and reduced expenses. This increased efficiency has enabled users to focus on their organizations and save money.

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