Richard Raysman and Peter Brown ()
Cloud computing, generally referred to as the “cloud,” is a type of Internet-based computing that provides shared computer processing resources and data to computers and other devices on demand, including tablets and smart phones. Types of services provided in the cloud are often notably distinct for consumers and for business. Common examples of cloud computing include Google Drive, Apple’s iCloud, Dropbox, Amazon Web Services and Google’s Chromebook. Data in the cloud is for the most part stored in privately owned or third-party data centers that may be located in the same city from the user, or across continents.
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