Simply put, cloud computing is computing based on the internet. Previously, businesses would run applications and programmes from a server in their building, or downloaded software on a computer. Cloud computing allows people access to the same kinds of applications and services via the internet.
When you log in to your online banking, you’re using cloud computing. When you visit social media sites? You’re in the cloud again. Businesses big and small are highly likely to be using some form of cloud computing, whether it’s pinging someone an email or using applications.
Cloud is becoming the new ‘normal’.
So just Why are so many businesses moving to the cloud?
It’s because cloud computing increases efficiency, security, flexibility, among many other benefits, and therefore helps increase cash flow and business productivity.
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