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The 24 most popular cloud apps used at work

The 24 most popular cloud apps used at work

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“No. 1: Microsoft Office 365, the online version of Microsoft Office with email, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. It’s been zooming in popularity among enterprises lately.

No. 2: Salesforce, a suite of tools used by sales and marketing people to track their customers, leads and contracts (a product category known as customer relationship management or CRM) and to create marketing campaigns and support customers.

No. 3: Box, a secure cloud storage, file sharing and collaboration tool.

No. 4: Google Apps, a suite of office apps best known for letting people collaborate on documents together. It includes email, a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation software, cloud storage, calendar, etc.

No. 5: SAP’s Concur, a travel and expense report app.

No. 6: Amazon Web Services, the granddaddy of cloud services. It’s a site that hosts applications, everything from the apps a company built themselves to commercial versions of just about every enterprise app you can think of.

No. 7: Zendesk, a customer support, technical support service.

No. 8: Dropbox, a cloud storage, file sharing, syncing and collaboration app.

No. 9: LinkedIn, a social network for professionals, as well as a job-hunting/job-recruiting tool.

No. 10: GoDaddy, while famous for its web hosting services (and Super Bowl commercials), it also offers other business apps like email marketing tools and cloud computing hosting for developers.

No. 11: Workday, a suite of online human resources and financial apps.

No. 12: DocuSign, a digital signature application that helps companies replace paper forms with electronic ones.

No. 13: Outlook Web Access – 2010, allows employees to access their email via a browser. It’s like the cloud version of Outlook.

No. 14: Twitter, a social media site where people can share thoughts in 140-character bites and companies can talk to and support their customers.

No 15: GoToMeeting, another cloud service that hosts online meetings.

No. 16: Cisco’s WebEx, a service that hosts online meetings and web conferences, complete with slide decks.

No 17: Adobe Creative, the cloud suite version of Adobe’s popular apps Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

No 18: Atlassian Jira, project management and issue-tracking software for software development teams.



No. 19: FedEx US, the cloud service that manages FedEx shipments.

No. 20: Google Apps Admin, the administration page for a company’s Google Apps account. It does things like set up or delete user accounts and select security policies.

No. 21: ADP Portal, the self-service app for using ADP’s payroll administration and benefits management tool.

No. 22: NetSuite, a suite of business apps for tracking financials, sales management (known as customer relationship management or CRM) and ecommerce.

No. 23: Yammer, a social network for employees where work groups can chat, post images/videos/documents and work on documents together.

No. 24: Google Analytics, a freemium service that tracks and reports website and mobile website traffic.”



Posted on: September 12, 2015, 6:40 am Category: Uncategorized