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In simple words, cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs on the Internet instead of on your computer's hard drive.provider over the Internet.") Ultimately, "the cloud" is just a metaphor for the Internet.
The Cloud” is the new technology catch phrase. In case you didn't know, "Cloud" is another name for the Internet. Whenever you "move to the cloud" you are accessing a program, functionality or a piece of computer or telephone equipment via the Internet.
What are the benefits of cloud computing?economies of scale. Take for example a large, multi-location company. It doesn't make sense to outfit each individual office with everything needed to conduct business. It makes more sense to centralize systems and functionality and then provide remote access to those systems. This can be done in-house or through a third party.
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It's a great article, and I totally agree with you. I see a couple of huge advantages of using cloud computing and cloud technologies - it's not too expensive and, most importantly, it's effective. For example, modernizing an application for the cloud by hiring special programmers who can help make the transition. Of course, you need to pay for it. But I think it will pay off in the future. Thank you again for the article. It was very interesting.
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