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Written by Emily Gam
on December 22, 2015

Chances are, you’re already using some aspect of Cloud Computing whether you realise it or not. Many applications are now cloud based, where all your files and data are stored online and you only need to login.

There are still however, plenty of applications that still require you to download the software and store all your data on your own device. Some MYOB packages for example are Cloud enabled but some are not, if you’re using MYOB AE you are storing your data locally. A Cloud platform will allow you to make MYOB Cloud enabled.

If you want to learn more about our partnership with MYOB as an official MYOB Cloud Provider go to:

Moving your entire business to the cloud has many advantages, and most businesses are moving towards living entirely in the cloud. Before you take the plunge and sign up with the first (or cheapest) provider that comes along, there are a few facts and features that you need to be aware of.

Cloud Computing Facts and Features

7 Must Ask Questions When Considering The Cloud

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