The cloud is not always the answer
We have a slow and unreliable internet. Software companies seem to be determined that we all access their software "in the cloud" and using a PAYG model. Even Quickbooks no longer has a locally hosted version so we have not upgraded it.
This push to the cloud has pushed us to Linux. Here, we update the O/S on our terms with no hidden updates and all of our applications are locally hosted so, if the 'net fails, we keep on working. Most of our existing USoft systems are now virtualised under VirtualBox.
Even if we had a good Internet connection I doubt is we would go for cloudy services. I like to know where my data is!