[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]Information stored in any way is always at some degree of risk. Cloud storage has strong benefits, such as maintaining the valued information after an employee has left the Company. Why wouldn’t information automatically stay with the Company? Many employees are storing information on their personal devices. When they leave, their devices go with them. This valuable information includes customer contact information and may also include other important information. If information is in a Company-owned cloud system, your Company will retain it regardless of who comes and goes. So, with the system in the cloud, how secure is it?

44%* of people believe that it is the Cloud Provider’s responsibility to ensure the information is secure from potential hacking. 30%* state that it is the Cloud Consumer’s responsibility to ensure the information is secure from potential hacking 24%* believe there is shared responsibility between the Cloud Provider and the Cloud Consumer.

Although no system is 100% safe CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Systems can provide you a level of security to a greater degree than employee-owned mobile devices. Because there is no one system that perfectly fits every Company’s needs, CRMs vary greatly. There are very complex “universal” systems that have too many tabs and fields that your Company will not use, creating low employee use rates. Digital-55’s Simple and Easy CRM begins with a very basic platform that can be customized to fit your organization’s needs while being, well, simple and easy enough that your employees will actually use it. Whatever type of system you choose, don’t miss opportunities to increase your sales and retain your valuable customer base year after year.

Digital-55’s Simple & Easy CRM is on a secure server and the URL shows the security feature in the top Left hand corner because it has an SSL Certificate. What is that? Check out this blog to answer your questions: https://digital-55.com/articles/do-you-have-an-ssl-certificate-on-your-website/

*Thales e-Security & Ponemon Institute Research Report[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]