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Clouds Full Of Rain Or Stored Data? Posted By Amit

Clouds Full Of Rain Or Stored Data?
If you are old enough, then you remember the days of the 3.5” floppy disks we used to save our work on.  Then came CDs, zip drives, external hard drives, pen drives, then tiny pen drives.  It seems technology is getting more and more advanced and smaller when it comes to how we store and save our precious data.  Today, the option for saving your data is so small, it is invisible.  You don’t have to carry it with you, instead, you store in a cloud.  A cloud?
   
Good question.  That is exactly what I thought when I heard about a cloud a couple of years ago.  A cloud to me was the puffy little white clouds you see in the sky.  But the term cloud, in the technological sense, means a cloud of information stored in virtual space, otherwise, known as the internet.  You no longer have to carry any device to store and save your precious information, instead, you save it onto a cloud, which can be accessed from anywhere in the world, where you have access to the internet.  Moreover, it's not just you, who can access this information, but anyone else you wish to add to your cloud, by giving them the password.  Amazing isn’t it?  
   
So, if you are a corporate employee, who is creating a presentation, to be delivered, your co-worker in another office or even another city can make changes simultaneously to the document.  This was the dawn of the cloud computing age. Today, however, it has become even more complex, where there are cloud engineers, cloud sales, cloud technicians and others, working for leading cloud providers such as Amazon web services, Microsoft azure, and Google compute engine.  What do all these roles mean and kinds of job roles do they perform?  By enrolling in a cloud computing program/class you can learn about this new, exciting and growing field.  However, to enter into the world of cloud computing, you must have your engineering degree as a foundation.   So, if the IT field is your chosen career path, then learning about cloud computing and the opportunities available in this new and exciting field is perfect for keeping you on the cutting edge of technological advancements.  
   

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Amit
Amit19 July 2016
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