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How is cloud computing affecting the workplace?

Tuesday 2 October 2012 10:35

The arrival of cloud computing has changed the way people work and also the way in which they access information. There is now increased mobility and connectivity and a much greater range of technological devices to choose from.

There is a growing desire by employees to choose the technology they use which gives them the greatest flexibility and the best results. Cloud based systems can be accessed not only by standard desktop PC’s but also via smartphones and tablets. A cloud based document management system, for example, can store an organisation’s business documents which can be viewed anywhere in the world at any time. This instant access to valuable information can have a huge impact on productivity as no time is lost because a worker is away from the office.

A cloud based Purchase Order and Invoice Approval system can also have a very positive effect on cash flow as it enables purchase orders for vital supplies to be raised remotely and purchase invoices to be approved at any time. The emergence of cloud computing and new technology not only give  workers access to better and more suitable equipment to carry out their jobs but also has a significant impact on profitability.

For further information on cloud based document management and purchase order systems please click here or call The IPC Group on 08081 45 46 47.

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