Cloud Computing

Do you know what ‘cloud computing is’?

Cloud services basically offload computing or data storage functions to someone else’s server, e.g. e-mail like Google, photos like Flicker, or just documents that can be accessed anywhere.

Apparently according to Pew Internet and American Life project study “Cloud computing services are growing in popularity, but concerns about the privacy of personal data in the cloud environment exist” Read more..
Well you know is this not sort of obvious?

2 Replies to “Cloud Computing”

  1. hi Charlie, as you probably know cloud computing is a term being used by technical popular media, whatever 🙂

    of course we can get technical, or be specific on how this is broken down and referred to in reality by techies and by technical service organisations, but I don’t want to go there here 🙂

  2. Do you have a clear understanding and definition of the difference between Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service and Software as a Service???

    You seem to lump them all into cloud and that is probably not accurate or sufficiently granular.

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