In true modern fashion (and probably a very good marketing exercise) the guide, however, is not in paper form but online. So, if you want advice you will have to visit the company’s website.
Speaking with click-manchester.com, the owner of 1st Easy, which has created the guide, said: “Although most major names in the corporate world are committed to cloud computing, many smaller businesses seem unsure or even confused about the commercial benefits of a technology whose name is misleading to some.”
Stephen Bell added: “…Many business owners really haven’t grasped the possibilities of Cloud. As well as saving them money and enabling them to work from wherever and whenever they like, it gives their businesses an agility they will never have experienced before.”
One of the problems, I think, in the UK at least, is that British business tends to be a bit behind when taking up new technological developments compared to, say, the USA. It seems people in this country are more wary of change whereas USA businesses are more interested in ensuring profit is high and costs are low. So, they are more likely to embrace such ideas as cloud.
However, despite reservations, British business men and women are beginning to alter the way to do business online, so this new guide is bound to be a useful addition.