For those of us who live, eat, and breathe technology, the cloud is something we take for granted. At a high level, the cloud refers to a collection of technologies for deploying applications and storing data across multiple servers and computing appliances. There are public clouds from which businesses can essentially rent capacity and private clouds on which organizations host their own data but leverage the technology and inherent flexibility of a cloud infrastructure. The cloud, whether public or private, has enabled all sorts of innovative applications, lowered computing costs in the Internet Age, and is a proven technology that is absolutely here to stay.
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