Why Your Business Needs to Be Stored In The Cloud

Have you ever lost something important? Fires, floods, thieves. You name it, it’s happened. The worst part is losing things you can’t replace. Pictures of your kids, wedding rings, and family heirlooms can disappear in the blink of an eye. And while the cloud can’t backup your wedding ring, it can back up crucial information to the health of your business (so at least you could replace it). Keep reading to learn why you should back up your important business information to the cloud.

Disaster Recovery

Remember that flood we mentioned? Unfortunately, natural disasters are not as rare as we would like. And, they can impact your business life, just as hard as they can impact your home. If you’re storing your data locally, you’re putting all your eggs in one basket. With the cloud, your data is duplicated and stored in multiple locations in a region. That lowers your risk of losing important data, even if something were to happen in an area where one specific data center is located.

Availability

The cloud never sleeps. It’s always available for you, like a good dog. No matter if you’re on your phone or laptop, in your office or waiting for a flight in the airport. Having constant access to important data that you need to look at for meetings or business decisions is key to having an agile business. Don’t worry about a tech kicking a cable and unplugging it. Your data is available anywhere, anytime.

Scalability

You can easily grow your software infrastructure into emerging markets. If you've been looking at opening a new trampoline park in a new country, it’s so much easier to do with the cloud. Our trampoline park software can be deployed in a new market without a lot of the hassle you’d get with software that needs to be stored locally. You can easily duplicate and expand your business with the cloud.

If you want to learn more about how we can help your business grow, get in touch with us by calling 1 (888) 500-2618 or emailing us at sales@active8pos.com to schedule a demo.