VisionDB in the Cloud
Simply put, cloud computing is computing based on the internet. Where in the past, people would run applications or programs from software downloaded on a physical computer or server in their building, cloud computing allows people access the same kinds of applications through the internet. It is a solution growing in popularity.
VisionDB increases efficiency, helps improve cash flow and offers many more benefits.
When companies start relying on cloud-based services, they no longer need complex disaster recovery plans. VisonDB takes care of most issues, and we do it faster. Typically businesses which use a cloud system are able to resolve issues in an average of 2.1 hours, nearly four times faster than businesses that didn’t use a cloud system (8 hours).
Automatic Software Updates
No High Start Up Cost
VisionDB is a pay as you go system, so there’s no need for capital expenditure at all. And because VisionDB is much faster to deploy, businesses have minimal project start-up costs and predictable ongoing operating expenses.
VisionDB increases collaboration by allowing all employees – wherever they are – to sync up and work on documents simultaneously, and follow colleagues and records to receive critical updates in real time.
Work from anywhere
As long as employees have internet access, they can work from anywhere. This flexibility positively affects knowledge workers’ work-life blanace and productivity. VisionDB aims to make the end user experience as simple as possible
VisionDB keeps all company files in one central location, and everyone works off of one central copy. Employees can even chat to each other whilst making changes together. This whole process makes collaboration stronger, which increases efficiency and improves a company’s bottom line.
If a company doesn’t use the cloud, workers have to send files back and forth over email, meaning only one person can work on a file at a time and the same document has tonnes of names and formats.
Some 800,000 laptops are lost each year in airports alone. This can have some serious monetary implications, but when everything is stored in the cloud, data can still be accessed no matter what happens to a machine.
Businesses using VisionDB only use the server space they need, which decreases their carbon footprint. Using a cloud results in at least 30% less energy consumption and carbon emissions than using on-site servers.