Callum Mills of Ideal Systems discusses the increasing influence of Cloud Computing
In just a few years the ‘cloud’ has transformed from being a techie buzzword to a legitimate tool that cuts cost, boosts productivity and eases capital expenditure.
Cloud computing refers to on-line services that you can access from any device that is connected to the internet.
At the most basic level, cloud computing can be utilised to store or backup files to a server on the internet. These files are usually automatically stored on both your local system and in the cloud as soon as you close the document or application. These files can then be accessed by you from any internet enabled device such as a laptop, desktop, tablet or smart phone.
With some systems you can allow other people, with whom you collaborate, access to all or some of your data.Details