Cloud Computing

  • Cloud computing is the delivery of different services through the Internet, including data storage, servers, databases, networking, and software.
  • Cloud-based storage makes it possible to save files to a remote database and retrieve them on demand.
  •  Services can be both public and private—public services are provided online for a fee while private services are hosted on a network to specific clients.

 What can Cloud Computing do for you?

 Work from anywhere.  Cloud-based software offers companies the ability to use software from any device either via a native app or a browser.

 Ubiquitous access to information.  Cloud computing allows users to check their email on any computer and store and access files using services such as Dropbox and Google Drive.

 Protect Data.  Cloud storage services ensure organizations can access files immediately in the event of a hard drive crash on a user’s local system.

 Reduce Hardware costs. By storing data in cloud infrastructure, organizations can reduce the storage requirements for their desktops or laptops. 

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