The cloud is redefining the way small businesses do business. Simply put, being connected also has the potential to change the way you do business.

Today, being online means time and money and as bandwidth increases and connectivity costs fall, it has become even easier for SMEs and startups to move their businesses into the cloud.

The truth is that being in the cloud (as a business) means reduced costs and improved efficency. From the software you use to how you choose to store your data online, the cloud can have a transformative effect on the way a SME does business.

What’s more is that the cloud offers an extra layer of security and piece of mind. You do not have to worry about hard drives crashing or computers being stolen – all the data and applications you need are safely stored in the cloud.

And the best bit is that this data can be accessed 24/7, whether in the office or at home, on tablets or smartphones.

With the right type of internet connection, everything you need to run your business on a day-to-day basis is available wherever you are, and whenever you’re online.

Make your cloud business fly

But what type of bandwidth is best for a new generation of digital entrepreneurs?

When running a business, the last thing you should have to worry about is going over your cap or slow internet speeds.

Vox Telecoms Fat Pipe’s premium bandwidth is perfect for any SME that wants to use the cloud to their advantage. It’s fast, reliable and flexible connectivity, ideal for your business ADSL needs.

Fat Pipe’s premium bandwidth is designed to work with your current business infrastructure, but you’ll always get the best possible cloud and online experience because it is completely unshaped.

Regardless of whether your team are doing key research on the internet, accessing their email or synchronising critical business files, Fat Pipe means the best possible experience when working in the cloud.

If you really think about it, moving to the cloud is the easy part. But if you choose unshaped, you’re giving your business a big advantage, especially if you want to take advantage of the cloud and other “connected” services.

Many applications, both for business and personal use, require unshaped bandwidth to work well which is why being connected and being unshaped matters.

To find out more information about Vox Telecom’s Fat Pipe business packages, head over here.

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