Cloud Computing - Making the Right Connections
Through a concept known as cloud computing, organisations around the globe have begun to share and store digital information via virtual, off-premise servers that are accessed through numerous types of connections, primarily the Internet. By using shared multitenant servers, employees are able to log into a Web-based service containing all programs needed to complete daily tasks, thus eliminating the need for individual sets of software for each employee's computer.
With cloud computing, a name inspired by the cloud symbol typically used to embody the Internet, a variety of computer services are now available to individuals from a storehouse of shared computer processors. With cost savings and a yet unmeasured potential, the future of cloud computing is rife with promise and possibilities.
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