What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud Computing refers to the ability to access files, applications and software over the Internet from multiple devices. Instead of running all your programs at your home or work computer, the "cloud" uses remote machines to run them for you. Examples of web-based apps include web mail (Gmail), file storage systems (Dropbox), file sharing (Google Apps, Office 365) social networking sites (Facebook), music clouds (iTunes) and much more.
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Why use Cloud Computing?
Cloud computing eases the way you share resources and information through your computer, web browser, or phone. It allows collaboration and communication across geography and time. Cloud computing is also granting Not for Profits and small organizations access to technologies that were previously only available to large enterprises. Cloud solutions can help you:
- Reduce your IT infrastructure and support costs
- Keep your software up to date and maintained
- Stay connected with your staff
- Improve your collaboration and communication efforts
- Increase your reach and effectiveness