June 18, 2013

Cloud cover: A HR professional’s guide to cloud computing

The cloud.’ No longer a scary, abstract technological term understood only by IT folk, cloud computing has taken off exponentially in the past few years. Everyone’s getting in on it, including HR and payroll departments.

If there’s still some confusion in your organisation about what exactly the cloud is and how it can benefit your business, take a look at our useful white paper, ‘Cloud Cover: A HR Professional’s Guide to Cloud Computing.’

Sections include:

  • Useful cloud statistics
  • What can SMEs gain from the cloud
  • How can the HR and payroll department benefit
  • The cons of cloud
  • Is it for you?

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What’s in it for SMEs?

A recent survey by The University of Manchester Business School indicated that more than half of SMEs recognise that cloud computing can help smaller firms to compete with bigger businesses. Of those already utilising the cloud, 85% stated a 50% increase in profits since the migration. With the prospect of an increase in profits alone, many businesses have jumped head first into the cloud. But the benefits don’t stop there. Businesses can experience…

Click here to download the full version.

For more information on how your business can benefit from the cloud, you can also take a look at our guide ‘Four Steps to Cloud Ready,’ or get in touch with us on 0345 184 4615.

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