March 31, 2020 – Jeffrey W. Arnold, President of Las Vegas-based Internet marketing company, 4Spot Marketing, is set to launch his book titled: ‘Working the Cloud Life,’ at the end of April.
Working the Cloud Life is designed to be a guide for small to mid-sized businesses to help them understand the tools and processes necessary to migrate their operations to the cloud so they can deploy a remote workforce. This will allow them to reduce overhead, add flexibility and scalability, increase data security, and increase efficiency with their team. It also broadens their scope of where they can hire the best talent.
The book will include both the tools and the processes needed to accomplish these goals.
An increasing number of companies are looking to deploy cloud-based solutions, as they enable businesses to access software on the internet as a service. Cloud computing is so far, the safest way of storing and sharing data. Company staff can access the service at any time and from any location to complete their tasks.
With three decades of career experience in Business Management and Internet & Mobile Marketing, Jeffrey Arnold has worked in senior-level leadership and entrepreneurial roles with companies ranging in size from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms including the likes of McDonald’s, Pepsico and MGM Grand, Inc.
Jeff currently serves as President of Las Vegas-based Internet marketing company 4SpotMarketing, which assists small- to mid-sized businesses increase profitability by automating internal processes and using ingeniously designed marketing automation systems. His team utilizes expansive SEO processes, Internet marketing techniques, and Google-optimized website design as the catalyst to drive leads through the door.
Additionally, Jeff is an expert certified by several software companies for business automation (Infusionsoft and Zapier to name two). He has been running a completely cloud-based company with workers around the world for seven years, and have complete freedom to work anywhere at any time.
This book is extremely timely, given the sudden and immediate need for many companies to deploy a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 outbreak.