As we wrap up our two-month-long series on small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), we keep our focus on one area that makes WPS Office such a powerful platform: the cloud. I probably don’t have to tell you how important cloud has become to today’s small businesses—it’s almost common knowledge now that cloud computing is what allows SMBs to solve many of their challenges, from team collaboration to workload management and more. WPS Office understands these small business needs, which is why we continue to look to the cloud for the best solutions.
In recent posts, we’ve detailed an exciting cloud feature—file roaming—that WPS Office provides to users. You know from those posts that file roaming helps small businesses get more business done through a highly effective cloud-based collaboration process. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in or what product or service your SMB specializes in—the fact is that since file roaming allows your whole team to save documents to the cloud, that means distributed groups can access the same files at different times from different devices without the usual pain points of remote work.
Since SMBs face many challenges at the startup stage involving communication, having access to shared documents is invaluable. Having this cloud-based file hub to rely on means that whether you’re using an iPhone, Android, laptop, or desktop computer, you’ll always be able to quickly, efficiently, and seamlessly work on projects with others in your SMB regardless of location. If you need a refresher about how simple it is to use File Roaming on your smartphone or other device, read this article.
Our free added cloud features for easy file sharing are one big reason why so many SMBs consider WPS Office to be not only “the most attractive Office 365 alternative,” as quoted in *Laptop Mag*, but the most complete choice available on the market for small and medium-sized businesses. We say this with confidence knowing that while office productivity software is one of the most popular software packages used by SMBs, many products in this category are priced prohibitively high for smaller startups, especially when the price needs to be multiplied by the number of employees in the company.