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Are you afraid of losing your data? Or do you want to reduce computer and mobile space? then you should read our article on 10 Reasons to Store Data In The Cloud. Sometimes, you accidentally delete the file permanently, and you even don’t have any backup, so it’s the best way to store your files and documents on the cloud.
You can store your personal, business, or any other documents on the cloud for free. if you run a company, you should take a backup of your company’s data and store it on the cloud. You can also store your blog posts data, website backups, social media, and newsletter data on the cloud.
There are several cloud companies that can ensure your data is safe, available, and protected. You can access your data through mobile if you are far away from your working place. You can even edit and sort your data from the cloud and you can update it.
Read our blog 10 Reasons to Store Data In The Cloud till the end.
So let’s get started.
Storing your data in the cloud is the best solution and below are some benefits:
1- Data sharing is Simple:
If you are working on some project, and share files and folders with your co-workers and colleagues then you don’t need to send them separately, you can send the shared link to everyone and anywhere from your mobile and desktop.
Or if you are working with your clients and you have screen recorded video then you don’t need to download it and send it to them, you can simply send links to your clients instead of a video. It will save your time, internet data, and effort.
2- Data is fully Accessible:
Data, Documents, and files/folders in the cloud are easily accessible. All you need is an internet connection and a PC/Mobile.
You can set different permissions for the users, either you can set just a “View” option for the users with whom you shared the data, so the user can’t edit your document, the user will just be able to view the document. Or you can set the View+Edit option for the users, so the user can edit and view the document, make changes, and can save it. Well, It totally depends on your and your needs and requirements.
3- Send Large Files Quickly:
Do you have to send large files like backups, word files, media, videos, large photos, web designs, etc? then don’t worry at all.
You have to just store your data on the cloud and you will be able to send these large files with your team members quickly and easily.
Instead of sending large files to different team members separately, that’s a time-consuming job. You can send just the link of your large files to your team members simultaneously. It will reduce your time, cost, and effort.
4- Save Hard Drive Space
Another big benefit is to store data in the cloud is you will save a lot of space on your hard disk. If you own a large company then it’s a better choice to store data in the cloud and purchase some subscriptions from cloud companies instead of purchasing an extra server just for your data. But if your business is small, or you have a personal blog, or some small sites, few employees, then you don’t need to buy a subscription, there is enough space available that is free and you can use it.
Cloud companies offer you 2-step verification, encrypted password-protected storage so attackers and hackers will never access your personal, private, and business data.
Note: Don’t share your OTPs with anyone. There are many cloud services available that are secure like DropBox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Salesforce, and more.
6- Recovery of your data:
If you have accidentally deleted any file/folder from the cloud, then you don’t need to worry. The cloud companies take backup of your data on a regular basis, monthly, and yearly basis. So you can retrieve your data back anytime you want. It’s super easy.
If you will store data on your local server or on your hard disk, instead of the cloud, you can’t recover your data back and your all data will be lost.
Instead of using an extra server just for sake of your backup, the best choice is to keep your data in the cloud storage which is retrievable and safe.
Storing data in the cloud is scalable. For example, If your company is currently small and you need a small amount of storage, then you don’t need to buy a subscription plan as we discussed earlier, but when your company will grow and you need more space then you can add space according to your need.
The plus point is, when you feel like you don’t need more space and want to reduce it, you can switch back to the small amount of space, and you don’t need to pay for bigger storage space.
8- Fully Usable:
The best benefit is usability while using cloud storage. It’s very simple to use and keep your data at a central point, so when anyone will change the data, then everyone will see it. For example, if a team is working on a project, a document is shared among all team members and if one team member will make changes on a word document, then all team members will be able to view it and can make corrections if they want. Cloud companies take backup of all the changes instantly.
The cloud storage is used the same as your hard disk, so you don’t need to buy an extra server for space. It will reduce the cost being spend on the inner server.
Using cloud storage is convenient, you don’t need any USB or hard drive to store the data even if you made changes to the data, the change will reflect on all devices. You can sync on all the devices using login credentials. You can even manage your date from mobile.
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