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Saved by the Cloud

April 21, 2014

This is a guest blog by Terri Edkins, a Senior Services Marketing Manager at Kronos.

file-not-foundAre you ever guilty of what I call irresponsible mousing? It’s when your mind is moving faster than your fingers and before you know it you’ve deleted something from your phone or computer that was probably important. I’m guessing it’s happened to all of us at some point and the impact can run the gamut from just annoying to pretty consequential. Just last week, I tapped my screen and blew up my saved grocery shopping list. Sure, it wasn’t the end of the world, but it wasn’t much fun taking the time to recreate that list aisle by aisle. If it had been saved in the cloud it would have been automatically backed up and I could have just retrieved it. Lesson learned.

Our customers enjoy the benefit of having their data backed up, as well as many other benefits, when they move their Workforce Central Suite to the Kronos Private Cloud. These organizations aren’t dealing with grocery lists: they’re collecting and aggregating data that impacts how their employees get paid, how their work hours and time-off requests get scheduled, and how they allocate their time on projects. All things that keep an organization humming along with satisfied employees. Bottom line, they can’t afford to lose this data.

The Kronos Cloud helps organizations by making sure that the system is available to users when they need it—guaranteed. And it makes employees happy too. A win-win. Don’t take my word for it, listen to Jeannette Batten from Direct Distributors talk about how the Kronos Cloud helped her.

Jeanette Batten - Direct Distributors

 

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