THE CLOUD made easy. What it is, how you can use it and some of the best Cloud apps and services. In a short span of time, cloud computing has changed the way in which businesses and individuals consume computing resources . PREDICTIONS.
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What it is, how you can use it and some of the best Cloud apps and services.
In a short span of time, cloud computing has changed the way in which businesses and individuals consume computing resources.
In 2009 Juniper Research predicted that the total market for cloud-based mobile applications will rise from a little more than $400 million in 2009 to nearly $9.5 billion by 2014, at an average annual increase of 88%.
In 2011 Forrester Research predicted that the global market for cloud computing will rise from about $41 billion in 2011 to $241 billion by 2020.
AND WHY IS IT CALLED "THE CLOUD"?
It’s all because the guys that build computer networks find it easier to draw a cloud to represent all the connections that make up the Internet
The “cloud” is a word referring to all the hundreds of Internet connections involved in sending your emails, for example. Put simply, your email goes through a “cloud” of multiple Internet connections.
As the Internet grew, all the connections on the Internet became known as the “cloud”.
OR WHAT IS CLOUD COMPUTING”?
Techies realized that they could do more than just provide connections in the cloud, they could actually hook up big computers with super computing power in the cloud and share these big computers with lots of people. With this idea, cloud computing was born.
Think of cloud computing as literally a giant computer that you can access on the Internet. So now in addition to your personal computers, with cloud computing you now have another big computer in the cloud.
The Cloud is a term for describing ways of using the Internet to plug into the collective power of hundreds or thousands of computers and turning your own home computer, laptop or smartphone into a doorway to a massive supercomputer that is at your beck and call 24 hours a day and quite often even for free.
Cloud computing is the ability to employ a number of computers, hardware, software, and servers to serve your computing needs remotely without actually owning or running the software and hardware.
OR MICROSOFT POWERPOINT WEB APP
• Easily capture anything that matters to you, online or offline.
• Create notes with text, images or voice or from web pages
• Capture information on-the-go on Android and Apple smartphones & tablets
• Access and update your mobile notes in the Catch web interface & vice versa
• View and add notes anytime, even if you’re without wireless access
• Easily organize notes by category
• Fast search through all notes
• Share notes & collaborate with others
• Auto-sign in via Facebook or Google
Lets you create basic documents, spreadsheets, drawings, presentations, etc., which can then be stored online and shared and worked on in real-time with others.
Google Docs can import and export
Microsoft Office and OpenOffice and
Microsoft also makes its Office
applications as online documents
via its SkyDrive service.
SAVE YOUR FILES TO ALL YOUR DEVICES
• Any file you save to Dropbox also
instantly saves to your computers,
phones, and the Dropbox website
• The latest version of any document
is always with you
• Works with Windows, Mac, Linux, iPad
iPhone, Android & Blackberry
• You always have your files, whether or not you’re online
• Transfers just the parts of a file that change (not the whole thing)
• Can share files and folders for collaborative work
• Keeps past versions of your files
• Any changes can be undone, and files can be undeleted
• Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and AES-256 bit encryption
(deleting parent drive caveat)
• Evaluate the state of your company at a glance
• Spot where things changed so you can figure out what changed and fix it
• Overlay graphs to see relationships