If you have an internet email account or use a social media network, you have used a cloud platform. Broadly speaking, cloud computing is the outsourcing of data that was traditionally stored on privately owned computers. The information is now stored on servers operated and managed by someone else, allowing you access anywhere there is an Internet connection. Uploading photos or documents using such sites as FlickR or Google Docs makes them available from a mobile phone, coffee shop, or home. Continue reading
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