Cloud computing is a platform where servers, storage network, applications and development tools are powered through the internet. Instead of making a huge investment in training staff, buying equipment, and providing maintenance, companies can leverage cloud applications to take care of these needs.
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User can have access to "plug into" applications and data on the cloud via internet at any time or from anywhere
Cloud computing eliminates the need for manual setup or configuration for services and can be used quickly
Cloud applications are elastic, and you can increase or decrease their resource usage level rapidly when your need changes.
It only requires you to pay for what you use because it precisely measures how much you use it and charges accordingly.
It lets you share one application among various users rather than creating a copy for each one.
Companies needed their own hard drives and servers to store their data, which created a number of problems and affected firms' speed and efficiency. The servers have the tendency to crash when too much data is received, but that's not the case with cloud computing. It lets businesses streamline operations, reduce costs, excel at speed and innovation and much more. Also, businesses aren't the only ones benefitting from cloud computing; we as individuals are using cloud services every day. From social media to streaming platforms, bank accounts, to weather updates – all these applications rely on cloud computing and benefit us.