Cloud Computing is the network storage of your software applications and data in secured sites. Its main theme is to satisfy the fast growing computing needs of the users. Some of the major examples are Google Docs and Google Apps which provide common business applications online and accessible from a web browser, while the software and data are stored on their servers.
Understanding Cloud Computing
In this context, a network of servers and connections is collectively known as “The Cloud“. Computing at this large scale allows users to access Super computer level power. We can reach into the Cloud for resources as and when we need them. And this is why Cloud Computing is also referenced to as “On-demand Computing.”
You can access the information that you need, from just about any device with an Internet connection including mobiles and hand-held phones.