Small businesses are leveraging Cloud computing in a variety of different ways that best fit with their business objectives and goals. One of the key elements of the Cloud is being able to connect to your business’s applications and data, from just about anywhere with an Internet connection. The Internet connection, along with a virtual private network or other security connections, is used to log into your remote desktop services from your laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
You can pull up email and check your calendar while waiting in line for your morning coffee. You are able to work from home any time you are ill or have to take care of sick children. In addition, you can stop working on a file on one desktop workstation, and continue working on it from another location. For instance, you start working on a sales presentation on your work computer but have to catch a flight. While sitting in the airport, you connect to the Cloud over the Internet and continue working on the presentation from where you last left off.
The flexibility the Cloud provides small businesses makes it possible for them and their employees to work virtually anywhere they want, whether in the office, visiting a client, or at home. To learn more about virtual desktops, feel free to contact CyberlinkASP today by phoning 972-262-5200.