Cloud Computing

Do you have concerns on where to store your data when faced with limited storage hardware such as hard disk and flash drive and memory card? You don't have to worry this time. Your prayer to store your files is answered by the cloud. Yes cloud. It's the buzzword nowadays.
Cloud is so encompassing a word when it is connected with technology. You may not know it, but cloud is now already serving everyone. Facebook for example uses cloud to store all our data, to name a few. So let us just focus on our main concern, the storage.
When before, as we accumulated so much data on our computer, we dreamed to invest on additional storage hardwares to cater to our ever growing penchance to produce and create data. With that behaviour in mind, tech companies race among each other to provide solution to that need without their clients buying storage hardwares for themselves. They make clouds. And there are already handful of them offering initial gigabytes of storage free of charge. All you have to do is sign in.
If one is able to sign in to every available cloud providers, he could have available free tyrabytes of data. Let us account them:
1. Google Drive - 15 gb free
2. MediaFire - 10 gb free
3. Sync.com - 5 gb free
4. MEGA - 50 gb free
5. Dropbox - 2 gb free
6. pCloud - 10 gb free
7. OneDrive - 5 gb free
8. iCloud - 5 gb free
9. Amazon Drive - 5 gb free
Total free storage is 107 gb that can be availed of by each one of us, that is, if we have to sign in on every cloud provider. They are just few to mention.
The free storage capacity could be multiplied if you sign in on each cloud provider for several different accounts.
For other cloud computing articles, you may download the magazine: The Cloud Computing Guidebook Updated Edition 2020 saved in my MediaFire cloud account. (http://www.mediafire.com/file/v67d64itg52et9p/The.Cloud.Computing.Guidebook.Updated-Edition.2020.pdf/file)


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