Keeping your important business information synchronized across multiple devices saves time and helps to protect against data loss. Apple's iCloud cloud storage service enables you to sync your data for free across multiple Internet-enabled devices. If your company has a Mac computer, you've got everything you need to set up iCloud. If you have a Windows computer, you can set up iCloud by downloading the free iCloud Control Panel for Windows from the Apple website.
Set up iCloud on the peripheral devices you want to connect to your computer via iCloud.
Download and install iCloud Control Panel for Windows on your computer (link in Resources).
Launch iCloud Control Panel on your computer.
Enter the Apple ID and password you use on your peripheral devices.
Select the iCloud services you want to enable. Options include Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Tasks, Safari Bookmarks, Photo Stream and others.
Enable automatic downloads of books, music and apps in iTunes, if you so desire. To do this, launch iTunes on your computer and click "Edit," "Preferences" and "Store."
Click the "Apple" menu in the upper-left corner of your computer and select "System Preferences."
Click "iCloud" and enter your Apple ID and password.
Select the iCloud services you want to enable.
Enable the Photo Stream feature in iPhone or Aperture, if you so desire. To do this, open either of these applications, click the "Photo Stream" icon located in the column on the left-hand side and then click "Turn on Photo Stream."
Enable automatic downloads of books, music and apps in iTunes, if you so desire. To do this, launch iTunes on your computer and select "Preferences." Click "Store" and select the types of content you want to enable for automatic downloading via iTunes.