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Cloud Computing for Everyday Life [Infographic]

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Cloud computing has exploded in the past few years.

Hard drive costs have plummeted. Internet speeds have increased. Mobile connectivity is better than ever.

It’s been the perfect storm, and the number of cloud based software solutions has grown with it.

Church software companies have followed suit, with a wealth of options available.

Solutions abound for

Church Accounting

Church Management Solutions

Worship Planning

The following infographic outlines the driving forces behind cloud computing, the benefits of it and ways to can make life easier.

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Ryan Holck
Ryan Holckhttps://rad-ideas.com
Ryan is the founder of RAD Ideas and Graphics.Church. He works with churches and denominations to grow their ministry through graphic design and marketing strategy. Follow Ryan at RAD-Ideas.com.

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