Many of the resources that can be attained online are now a safe investment - the software is always up to date, and the value of it doesn't decrease. Businesses can avoid capital expenditure by renting from third party providers, and the actual management of the applications can be left to the owners, meaning no real expertise is needed.
London, UK (PRWEB) December 3, 2009
Businesses can achieve a much higher degree of productivity and flexibility by using internet based software applications to create a mobile working environment according to Search and PR agency Punch Communications.
With cloud computing continuing to grow in popularity, Punch has indicated that the ability to work offline and then simply update data stored online has many benefits to businesses. The process means that a workforce can still conduct business whilst in transit or away from the office, enabling them to make the most of a long train journey and preventing it from having a big impact on their workload.
Any data stored in the "cloud" of the internet is also immune to hardware failures and data loss. Whilst many businesses find peace of mind in the knowledge that their information is safely stored on their office servers, it makes more sense for them to utilise both methods of data storage, using one as a failsafe for the other.
Improvements in internet security now mean that any data stored online is safely locked away, with no risk of access from anyone unauthorised. Hierarchies of access allow organisations with extensive infrastructures to provide differing degrees of access to various employees, meaning that corporations can share internal data with staggered levels of disclosure.
Pete Goold, Managing Director of Punch Communications, said: "Many of the resources that can be attained online are now a safe investment - the software is always up to date, and the value of it doesn't decrease. Businesses can avoid capital expenditure by renting from third party providers, and the actual management of the applications can be left to the owners, meaning no real expertise is needed."
Punch Communications is a leading search and social media agency that has a deep understanding of digital PR techniques, from corporate blogging to search engine optimisation. The consultancy, created in 2003 by founders Pete and Emma Goold, has grown considerably since its establishment, and now has a team of seven practitioners, all of whom are well versed in public relations and the ways in which it's developing. As such, Punch is always looking to expand its team with new talent, and so any interested parties are encouraged to get in touch regarding the PR jobs on offer.
For more information, please visit punchcomms.com, or call 01858 411 600.