MINE HILL, NJ, September 11, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Bruce Kreeger
recognizes that cloud computing is an integral component of a successful workplace. As society moves further into the 21st century, more businesses are relying on this innovative, secure method of data storage and transfer. Not only that, but more companies are starting to encourage BYOD, which stands for Bring Your Own Device. This simple concept involves employees bringing their own personal electronic devices into their company to use for work. While some businesses are wary of this practice, cloud computing is making BYOD a more efficient work standard.
Bruce Kreeger points out a recent article
in CloudTweaks that reviews the advantages that can come about by integrating a business's cloud computing services into BYOD. As mentioned previously, cloud computing is incredibly secure. Data stored on a cloud's virtual network can be locked out from intruders. When practicing BYOD, some companies may fear that their employees' personal devices might fall into the wrong hands and leak important information. Cloud computing will quell these concerns and allow for employees to secure their data without actually storing it on their devices. Instead, all information is placed within a virtual cloud that is only accessible through the company's authorization.
The next advantage to combining cloud computing with BYOD is improved visibility. When bringing a personal device into work, employees may be tempted to slack off. Workers can play a game or visit a social media site when they should be working on a project. Cloud computing implemented onto personal devices will hinder this practice. Companies can use cloud services to see what their employees are doing and can even block certain websites.
According to Bruce Kreeger, combining BYOD and cloud computing can drastically cut down costs. BYOD itself saves companies money because they do not have to supply technology to their workers. Cloud computing will further reduce costs by digitizing the workplace. Cloud computing allows for employees to transfer documents and files via a digital network, reducing the need for paper, ink, and other office supplies. This also leads to increased efficiency with less support needed from on-site information technology experts.
Bruce Kreeger points out that the final advantage of cloud computing combining with BYOD is that it makes desktop virtualization a possibility. Experts have forecasted that a majority of workplaces will soon become completely cloud-based. Employees' devices will simply become remote terminals that access these cloud-based desktops. In order to access any vital company documents, the employee would have to log in with the appropriate credentials. Therefore, employers can rest assured knowing that their information is secure and that employees are staying on the task at hand.
"There's no doubt about it; cloud computing is the way of the future," comments Bruce Kreeger. "Now, companies can combine this technology with BYOD practices and not have to worry about their employees slacking off or leaking important information. Cloud security is flawless and it is changing the way that companies are conducting their business."
Bruce Kreeger supports further integration of cloud computing into the BYOD-heavy workplace.
Bruce Kreeger is the owner and specialist of various departments at Clarity Technologies Group, LLC. He works as an expert in information technology, communications, and security. The company's mission is to provide technological solutions that ensure the safety of its clients' data. Clarity Technologies Group's clients include small to medium sized businesses as well as government entities. Bruce is currently in the process of issuing a revolutionary security and telecommunications system for the Belleville, New Jersey School District. This will hopefully transform Belleville into one of the safest school districts in not just New Jersey, but the entire country.