Cloud Computing in Optical: Have You Risen Up?

Posted by Hannah Hutyra on Jun 26, 2013 5:00:00 AM


Cloud Computing in OpticalWhen the term cloud computing comes to mind, what do you think of? We’'ve all heard it before. And if you'’re sitting here pondering what exactly cloud computing is or maybe even think that it is just a computer-shaped cloud, don’t worry, you’'re not alone. Many of us aren'’t exactly sure what cloud computing is. According to a survey, 29% of people believe that "the cloud" has something to do with the weather.

As the world becomes more tech savvy, and all the buzz is about the cloud, it’'s hard to sort out exactly what it is or does. Simply put, cloud computing is just storing and accessing programs and data through the Internet. Have you ever used Gmail or Dropbox? If you have, then you’'ve already used a cloud-based service.

Optometrists are welcome to use cloud computing in optical! You don’t need to be a specialist about the latest technology and gadgets to understand the cloud technology that is offered in the eyecare industry. This eBook is packed with material that will benefit your practice if you take full advantage of the cloud and focus on what’'s important in your practice. So, fear the ambiguous “cloud” no longer! We've compiled an eBook to easily explain what all the hype is about and most importantly, how cloud computing will affect optical practices. 

Rise Up to The Cloud: Cloud Computing in Eyecare


Highlights of our eBook:

  • Common Uses of Cloud Services
  • Benefits and Common Concerns
  • Cloud Computing for Optometrists
  • The Future of Cloud Computing in Optical

The next time someone brings up cloud computing, fear no more. You’'ll be a cloud technology expert – the envy of the office. So, rise up to the cloud and discover everything cloud computing has to offer your optical practice. 

You don't want to miss out on our latest eBook, made just for you! Check it out!


Topics: Cloud Based Technology, Cloud Computing in Optical, Optometry eBooks

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