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Storing files on the Cloud – Saving Businesses Money Posted on October 9, 2018


There are many different ways to store data today. Online cloud storage is becoming increasingly popular as more people and businesses become familiar with it. There are many advantages to using online cloud storage. Storing data on backup tapes or hard drives is expensive and can easily be stolen or accessed by unauthorized people.


Your files are accessible from anywhere that has an internet connection. There is no need to worry about copying files to a laptop or flash drive when travelling if they are stored in the cloud. Files can be accessed from your desktop computer, laptop, tablet and phone. Carrying flash drives or burning DVDs is no longer needed with cloud storage.


A major problem with traditional storage is keeping your files in sync. If you work on a file from one source, you will need to copy that file to every location you access it from to keep the same version of the file. Storing files online ensures that they stay in sync. This makes the latest version of the file you saved on your desktop be available on your smartphone or tablet.


Storing files online in the cloud makes it easier to share files. Most online storage providers enable you to give access to authorized people to access the files you want to share with them. And because it is stored online, they will always get the most recent version of the file.

Online storage also makes it easy to collaborate with other people. Multiple people can access the same files and edit them. There is no need to track changes or worry about who has made which changes to a file.


Disaster recovery is another great benefit of cloud storage. Backups of your files are stored offsite which isolates your data from fire, storms, or viruses. This keeps your data safe no matter what happens.

More businesses are discovering the benefits of using the cloud instead of a server to share and store files, and the number of users is expected to grow. The key benefits of accessibility, collaboration and convenience are often cited for file sharing through clouds. However, this trend is not limited to small businesses. Companies with revenues up to $1 billion are turning to online file sharing.

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