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Monday, March 25, 2013

Using a Cloud Phone To Your Benefit

Molly Malone a freelance writer relates, in a guest post:

As a technology enthusiast, you’ve no doubt heard of the cloud – cloud computing, cloud-based storage, cloud phone systems, and more. By harnessing the power and ubiquity of the Internet, the cloud ensures that your files are safe and can be shared and that your phone systems aren’t dependent on a landline. This is great news for people who telecommute or travel often; being out of the office doesn’t have to mean being disconnected. You can easily harness the power of the cloud by using products like Google Drive for managing projects and documents; whether you need to work on a spreadsheet or presentation, Google offers ways to manage these while also remaining compatible with Microsoft Office. 

But how do you keep your phone line when you’re traveling or telecommuting? Cloud phone systems, like those offered from companies like Broadview Networks, keep you in the loop no matter where you are. All you need is an Internet connection and a cell phone, and you can easily use the same phone number and extension that you would in the office. This helps project a professional image to clients and stakeholders, no matter where you are. Click here to learn more about how cloud phone systems might be a great solution for you and your business. Beyond phone systems and managing documents, however, the cloud is also a much safer storage space than your typical hard drive.  Save photos, music, and important files to the cloud and access them wherever, whenever – without the worry of losing them! How else have you used the cloud?  

Bio: Molly Malone is a Philadelphia-based copywriter and public relations specialist, with a great deal of freelance and telecommuting experience. Follow her on Google+! 

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