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There is plenty of buzz going on around the business world about cloud communications and the power it has on improving operational efficiencies, but not everyone is truly aware of what it does for companies. To break it down simply, we have compiled the top 5 reasons companies migrate to the cloud.

  1. Scalability

    The cloud makes it easy to scale the system up or down based on users. Those that have moved away or expanded from an on-premise based phone system know just how difficult it is to scale the system to fit the company’s needs. With a cloud-based system, a simple online management portal makes it easy to access and add new features as well as add or subtract users.

  2. Cost

    Companies experience predictable monthly costs by moving their communications to the cloud. With free upgrades and maintenance as well as little to no initial capital expense, businesses are able to enjoy a premier communication solution at an affordable and predictable monthly cost.

  3. Disaster Recovery

    Business continuity is easy in the cloud. Companies are using the cloud to protect their business communications in the event of a disaster and ensuring that communication remains consistent. With cloud communications, rerouting calls to remote locations and cell phones are made easy. It’s hard to deny the combination of reliability, resiliency and redundancy of the cloud.

  4. Simplicity

    Cloud communications offers a robust, user-friendly feature set that puts control in the hands of the user. Though the cloud offers the most innovative technology available in business communications, features are designed with business simplicity in mind. With cloud-based interfaces, it’s easy for employees to talk, chat and collaborate through a single platform.

  5. Mobility

    Many businesses these days require mobile ready communication features, and the cloud makes collaboration from anywhere easy. Keeping teams connected in the office, on the go, at home or at satellite offices is fully supported in the cloud. Whether from a user’s desk phone, desktop computer, mobile phone or tablet, business communications remain constant from anywhere at any time.

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