26 Oct Business Continuity: Get Your Head In the Cloud
What comes to mind when you think of business continuity? Many of us associate business continuity with being prepared for disaster or circumstances that interrupt ongoing operations.
However, in the modern business ecosystem, business continuity could be a simple as the ability to create invoices on your phone while your daughter uses your laptop to complete her e-learning lessons from home.
A few months ago, this scenario would have been farfetched, but today, this is normal. Beyond the Zoom meetings, many a business were caught off-guard by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you remain prepared, you reduce the need for recovery strategies and emergency management.
This is why you need to get your head in the cloud. With the need to work remotely, provide collaborative workflows, centralize data, and automate mundane tasks, what’s your reason why you haven’t started using cloud solutions?
Imagine a world where your customers had access to self-service-portals where they could request support or view their statements.
Picture a world where you could save time by automating repetitive tasks and seamlessly integrating your financials, marketing, HR, and customer relationships.
So next time you are stuck working at home, you could continue business as usual from anywhere and any device.