The Cloud of Confusion?

The cloud has been around for years now but it seems people are still a little confused. A recent report from, a technology trade publication, really caught my attention. The report detailed a study on what Americans thought “the cloud” actually was and surprisingly, not many people knew what cloud computing is or its benefits for small business to large corporations.

Some people in the study even said they’ve never used “the cloud” but unknowingly used it every day.

For those that are a little confused, cloud computing is used for online shopping, banking, social networking and file sharing, among many other applications.
The study, commissioned by Citrix, said that 97 percent (of 1,000 asked) of Americans actually use the cloud but 54 percent claim they have never used it. Most people said that the term “the cloud” relates to the weather, pillow, drugs or toilet paper.

The cloud is the key to the home service business management system from Service Proz, which enables customer tracking, workforce management, scheduling, dispatch, inventory, billing, mobility and more.

The report also detailed the benefits of “the cloud” for small business and called the technology a catalyst for growth, lowering business costs and boosting customer engagement.

Service Proz software handles all these issues for your business for a low monthly fee to enable your business to be more efficient, organized and, most importantly, more profitable.

This month, Service Proz will be launching a new campaign promoting our cloud based services. Check out our Facebook, Twitter  and LinkedIn pages this month for more information about the exciting promotions during September at Service Proz.

Posted on September 10, 2012, in Service Proz News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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