Every firm has varations as to what to share on the cloud, here is what many do:

1. Email. Allows access to e-mail from different locations and devices at any need.

2. Data. Provides access to many users in different locations. Store information that is only used rarely. Putting older data in the cloud could cause file-mangement problems and expose the files.

3. Backup Files. Reguarlly back and store all active files in the cloud.

*Note: Watch the costs which can be high. Back up files and store files locally.

4. Certain Applications. Use cloud-based applications that allow you to be mobile and collect and deliver real-time data in a timely way.

Ex. time and billing, expense tracking, contract and task mangement, and calendars

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