Previously we uncovered the three fundamental parts of what makes us like someone and learnt how we can use them to significantly improve our chances of closing a new business deal.
In our previous instalment we explored a new type of consistency in the sales process, one that can nudge your prospects further along the sales process and closer to signing off on your proposal.
A hosted desktop makes life easier for companies of all shapes and sizes by taking your traditional computer desktop one step further. But what exactly is it?
In the previous instalment of our mini-series we explored ways to make it clear to your potential customers that you are qualified, experienced experts in your field.
Hosted desktops are luring more and more businesses and public sector organisations to make the leap from a physical desktop infrastructure to the virtual, all thanks to a game-changing and money-saving opportunity. It’s the chance to move past the endless tide of ditched PCs, faulty updates, burned money and wasted time and embrace the speed, security and efficiency of the cloud.
Let’s say you’ve decided to move to a hosted desktop solution. You’ve discovered that GoCloud is the best provider by far and you’re starting the big move. You know the basics but might now be wondering what exactly to expect, so here’s a rundown of the onboarding process.
In part 2 of our mini-series we find out how applying the principle of scarcity to your service offering can encourage prospects to make a buying decision with more urgency.
GoCloud’s hosted desktop solutions are significantly more secure than traditional business networks, and yet they’re available 24/7 across a range of devices to allow a business to work flexibly from anywhere in the world.
In our previous instalment we revealed the power of giving and the natural tendency for people to feel obliged to return what they have received for themselves first – the reciprocity principle.
Businesses are turning to hosted desktops at a staggering rate. According to the Cisco Global Cloud Index, cloud-based Software as a Service systems like GoCloud are set to have grown 285% between 2016 and 2021. This is because there are multiple advantages to companies that embrace cloud-based software and hosted desktop solutions in particular, with recent research outlining the five below as the top reasons to make the change.