It’s 2016, meaning that cloud collaboration software is nothing new for enterprises. From the likes of Slack to Trello, all of the tools available that fall in the ‘collaboration software’ bracket have varying features to suit enterprises of any size and type.
So you’ve decided to implement a client portal into your business. That’s a good step forward in gaining a competitive advantage, but how do you know that you’re actually getting the most out of your cloud-based software?
With the percentage of businesses in the UK whom have adopted use of the cloud sky-rocketing by 75% since 2010*, software development companies are constantly trying to improve and distinguish their product to keep up with the evolving market and gain an edge against their competition.
As a full time employee, you spend a significant amount of your time working. Around 40 hours a week, in fact. Even if you've been working in the same company for over twenty years, there will always be something you can do to better yourself and help you make the most out of your daily grind.
On the surface, the idea of cloud computing sounds complex. However, it seems that most people fail to realise that cloud computing is more than likely integrated into their lives daily, much to their oblivion.