One of the biggest impacts on users' daily lives is how easy it is for users to access their files, photos, music, and games on the Internet. Now a technology would allow everyone to access all their files in one central location on the Internet which can be accessed from any Internet-enabled device such as a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop.
Your information is stored on a remote server (cloud) instead of being tied to a computer. It's also an easier way to transfer large files like videos etc. You can click to read more about all the features provided by cloud computing services.
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Cloud is classified as private, public, or hybrid. The private cloud is created in a business data center and provides services to internal users. The public cloud has third party providers who provide cloud services over the internet.
First, public clouds are sold on demand, usually in minutes or hours. Customers only pay for the computer resources they use, such as CPU cycles, memory. Second, cloud computing is very flexible and increases or decreases resources as needed.
After selecting a cloud service, go to the service's site to upload files or download an application to your computer and drag files to the hard drive as you would on your hard drive.