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CPAs and Cloud Computing

Many CPAs and accounting firms are discovering that the Cloud is actually a safer IT solution for their important data. And it offers a number of exclusive benefits. It can increase your staff’s productivity and help them get repetitive jobs done faster. Accountants and CPAs in Charlotte understand that the Cloud is an important component in the future of IT service.

Why is Cloud Technology Recommended For CPAs And Accounting Firms?

Better IT Security

The Cloud provides better security than storing files on servers and hard drives. Your files will be encrypted and accessible only to your employees. Your network won’t be exposed to hackers and viruses.

With Mobile Device Monitoring from Network Essentials employees can safely use their own phones and computers.

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

An enterprise-based cloud solution allows you to recover your entire IT infrastructure quickly, applications and all. Servers, desktops, files, and applications are all stored in a secure data center. This is essential for business continuity and disaster recovery.

Cloud Computing Saves Money

With cloud computing, you don’t pay upfront fees to license software. You can sign up for Office 365, your accounting programs or whatever software you need on a per-user basis. This is a good solution for smaller CPA firms because it’s budget-friendly. You can designate these as business expenses rather than capital expenses.

Work From Any Device or Location

Cloud computing gives you the ability to work from home, while on vacation or at a local coffee shop. Your files and documents are in the cloud, so they’re available when and where you need them. Your staff will always have access to the most recent edits of any document.

Network Essentials offers a variety of hosted cloud solutions including:

  • Hosted Microsoft SharePoint: With SharePoint you can create a secure and customizable online portal to promote teamwork and simplify collaboration.
  • Hosted Microsoft QuickBooks: Easy-to-use, even for new employees.
  • Hosted Microsoft Exchange: Exchange ensures the reliability and security of your emails.
  • Custom Application Hosting: Custom application hosting is a tailor-made support system aligned to your unique business needs.

Document Control

When you store and edit documents in the Cloud, your files are stored in a central location so your staff has access to the most up-to-date version. Document control is much easier with the right cloud solutions. Collaboration on documents is simplified.

It’s Scalable

CPAs and accounting firms are usually swamped during tax season, then slow during other parts of the year. You can scale up your cloud solutions in busy times or scale them down when things are slow. No need to waste money on services you don’t currently need. Because you pay for cloud solutions on a per-user basis, you can readily adjust them.

Increased Competitiveness

Your firm will be more competitive when you use cloud computing solutions from Tier One Technology Partners. If you run a small CPA firm, you can access enterprise-class technology that larger businesses use but at a more reasonable price. With pay-per-user applications, you can better compete. Cloud computing will also enhance your operational efficiencies so you can deliver services faster.

Focus On Your Business

Cloud technology streamlines so many procedures, while improving overall efficiency. CPAs and Accounting Firms in the Charlotte area have more time to focus on serving their clients and growing their business.

Our data centers are locally owned along with all the equipment to run our Cloud servers in Charlotte and replicated to a Data Center in Baltimore for fail-over capability. All our solutions are highly available and our 24/7 Monitoring & Management allows for a 99.999% up-time.

Contact us at (704) 206-8880 or email us at info@tneus.com to seamlessly migrate your critical business data onto the Cloud.

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