Infographic: How Cloud Computing Saves You Money and Enhances Productivity

March 2nd, 2018 - Category - Cloud Computing

If you haven’t adopted cloud computing in your business yet, you’re missing out! We’ve put together this infographic in order to highlight the many benefits of cloud computing – in particular the cost saving and productivity benefits.

Many businesses and organisations take advantage of cloud computing technology. But how can it work for you? This infographic breaks down the reasons why you need to take cloud computing seriously!

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Save Money

  • No need to have servers in-house. Your servers are in the cloud rather than in your office. All you need are PCs and laptops. You can even use thin client devices, which are very small, lightweight and efficient devices – which do very little processing. Instead, they merely connect to your cloud servers where all of the actual computing happens, and relay that experience back to you.
  • Minimal storage and processing power is needed on your devices, as all of the storage and computing happens in the data centre.
  • You pay on a cost per user per month basis. You only pay for what you use. You’ll have no large up-front investments on servers and powerful PCs for everone, and you won’t be under utilising servers any more!
  • You won’t need to worry about servicing or upgrading server equipment, or managing server security updates and patches.
  • With no servers in house, you could free up a considerable amount of space in your office.

Enhanced Productivity

  • Access your applications and data from anywhere, with any device connected to the internet. This includes phones and tablets.
  • Do you need to work late? You don’t need to stay in the office until 10pm. Connect to the cloud at home and finish it off.
  • With cloud computing, your organisation can take advantage of ‘hot-desking’. Employees can move around the office without moving equipment, and they can also use their own devices.
  • Cloud computing is scalable to your business – You can grow as your business grows without needing to add new equipment – you juse use more storage and processing power from the data centre.
  • You never need to worry about transferring all of your files if you ever get a new device. They’re always in the cloud, not on a hard drive.

Data storage

The days of in-house file servers are numbered. Here’s why:

  • Cloud based data storage is cheaper to buy and maintain.
  • You don’t need a dedicated server room for storage.
  • You can access your data 24/7; all you need is an internet connection.


Keeping your data online is safer than you think:

  • All data is stored on secure, encrypted servers.
  • Physical access to data centre hardware is controlled by bio-metric scanners.
  • The likelihood of your data being hacked is minimal due to the high tech security features of the data centre.
  • Disasters won’t affect your data. Your office could burn down and everyone could work from home. Your data would be safe in the data centre.
  • If you ever lose your laptop, you can remotely restrict or stop it from access your cloud system so that no-one has access to your data if they find it. You won’t have lost anything – you can just replace it, connect to the cloud and carry on again.


  • Cloud computing enables team members to collaborate on files from any location.
  • You can make files private or public, giving you total access control.
  • You can even share entire folders.

Green IT: Make your business more environmentally friendly with less energy consumption from bulky servers and cooling systems. The scale of data centres means they are able to be much more energy efficient through pooling of resources and economies of scale.

What do cloud computing users think?

  • 95% of people have used the cloud but don’t know it.
  • 70% have used the savings made to reinvest in other areas of their business.
  • 64% of SMEs use at least one cloud based service.
  • 25% of SMEs have a concrete plan to use the cloud, or are at least thinking about it.


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About Mit Patel

Mit - Managing Director. In 2002, Mit founded Netstar. He has helped grow Netstar to become an indispensable partner to some of London’s finest businesses, including well known names in the Financial Services industry. Mit works across all aspects of the business including strategic planning and key account management. Mit is focused on ensuring the delivery of a high quality service, and providing strategic value to help our customers overcome their business challenges.