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12/15/2014
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Embroidery Embraces the Cloud
By: Brian Goldberg, President

Cloud technology is making a huge impact on various industries around the world and the embroidery business is no exception. Moving technology into the cloud opens the door for various mobile and social possibilities. It enables businesses to take their productivity on the go and access their important files securely on multiple devices.

For the technological novice, the term cloud refers to computing that is done over the Internet and in most cases this is used to describe software services. Moving to the cloud means mobility and collaboration. Data is not confined to a hard drive on one user’s computer or even on an internal network. Files are stored in server farms and can be accessed, shared, edited and saved over the internet.

The advances that have been made in cloud technology in just the past couple of years have been remarkable. Apple, Microsoft, Google and other leading technological innovators are all offering numerous cloud-based services to their customers and partners.



One great example of a cloud-based system is Dropbox, a popular program that allows users to share files remotely over the internet. You can share files with an individual, a small group or make them public for all to view. Each individual has their own Dropbox account where they can only access folders that they created themselves or that they have been permitted to access by the friends or coworkers.

This exciting new technology has now been harnessed by apparel decoration software experts. Web applications have been developed that allow users to manage, edit and browse their embroidery artwork over the Internet. This amazing technology can be accessed from your smartphone, laptop, tablet or any other device connected to the Internet.




Apparel decoration businesses that implement cloud technology into their processes will quickly see the benefit both in terms of profitability and efficiency. Cloud technology now allows embroidery professionals to monitor the status of their machines as well. You can see if a design is completed, if the machine is running or if there was a stoppage due to something like a thread break. Users can even send designs to their machines from anywhere. Cloud technology is allowing businesses to take their embroidery productivity on the go and to expand their reach through social networking.

When you make the decision to take your embroidery business into the cloud, it is essential to partner with an organization that has a track record of success and dependability. Looking ahead, the coming years promise even more advances in cloud computing meaning more ways to share and access your materials!
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