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Can Cloud Computing really benefit your business? We explain the Cloud - what it is, how it works, the advantages and pitfalls and how you can use the Cloud to your advantage.
So, what's the Cloud?
This Wikipedia article will help you understand the Cloud in more depth. To summarise - the Cloud is the delivery of computing as a service, shared resources provide software, data access, and storage services that do not require end-user knowledge of the physical location and configuration of the system that delivers the services. Cloud applications are delivered over the Internet, usually via a browser interface.
How does it work?
Cloud Computing uses virtualisation technology to provide resources pooled across a large number of machines. Large providers, such as Amazon and Microsoft make CPU, memory and storage resources accessible across a large number of their servers.