What Are You Talking About When You Say "Cloud" and "Collaboration"?

Cloud and collaboration storage can improve small business owners' capability to access, share, and protect their company's data, particularly when they have a limited capacity—or desire—to manage on-site technology resources. 

To be sure, moving data to the cloud brings its own set of concerns, ranging from security (vulnerability to breaches) to availability; i.e. will a service outage prevent you from getting to your data when you need it.  But the cost and convenience benefits of cloud storage are such that an increasing number of small businesses are taking the plunge.

Collaboration software enables the sharing, processing and management of files, documents and other data types among several users and/or systems. This type of software allows two or more remote users to jointly work on a task or project.

Collaboration software is also known as collaborative software, online collaboration software and groupware.

Collaboration software is primarily designed to enhance productivity within a group of individuals and, more specifically, within organizations. This is achieved through the coordinated tasks processing and management capabilities provided by this type of program.

With collaboration software, users each create a workspace and add data and/or workflows to it. The created workspace is viewable and accessible by all other users, regardless of their physical location, and can be given access to the workspace by its primary user. Any changes made to the data or files are synced across all users by the collaboration software, ensuring that everyone has the most updated version of an ongoing project.
This information was sited from www.smallbusinesscomputing.com

What We Can Do For You

Techsun Computers can set up Cloud data storage and file collaboration services for home and office users.  We use well-known industry software such as Google Drive and Google Apps, DropBox, Evernote, Microsoft SkyDrive and Azure, Amazon S3, Apple iCloud, and Microsoft Sharepoint.
With Cloud and Collaboration Services, you can access your data files, photos, videos, music from any location with Internet access.  You can share files with your coworkers, family, friends, and business associates. You set the permissions on the files to allow read-only or modification access by user or group. Some Collaboration software even allow revision tracking and fall-back capabilities.
Collocation Services allow businesses to have virtual servers in the cloud or other off site locations. This can save on hardware and software costs as well as administrative and personnel costs.  No investment in hardware is required.  Your data will be backed up by the provider.  The chances of malicious software invading your systems is reduced.
Give us a call today and we can customize a solution that fits your business, personal, and budgetary needs.