All of this is great when you have access to the cloud. The world is not so simple. WiFi is not always available or overloaded with too many users. Tethering to 3G / 4G etc is not so cheap in Canada.
Also you are working with company files, customer lists, etc. They are now in the cloud. You have not discussed on the fly encryption. There have been tooooo many companies that have had lost / stolen data, customer records, etc on legacy systems and now you want to put that in the cloud and make it easier to get to.
Now with all your data in the cloud Google, or any other provider, can hand over any/all of that data on a whim to anyone who flashes a letter that includes a gag order.
Like all the previous "must haves" that have come and gone (like many CIOs) make your decisions carefully. Just because Andy thinks that this is the next best thing to sliced bread doesn't mean that the peanut butter will stick.
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