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A Layman's Guide To Cloud Computing

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Hopefully this discussion will shed some light for those not directly involved in the information industry. It will also help you to answer the question, "Should I be in the cloud, and if so how do I get there?"....

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, June 11, 2:39 PM

Definition: Simply stated, cloud computing occurs when you are using a desktop computer, notbook, tablet or phone attached to an Internet carrier and you access some sort of computer application ........

 

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Johann Robbertze's curator insight, June 12, 4:25 AM

You can't afford not to be on board.  Well-written article.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Cloud Security Adoption

INFOGRAPHIC: Cloud Security Adoption | Didactics and Technology in Education | Scoop.it

Security is a real issue even though it is true that cloud computing is just as safe as traditional systems when it comes to apparent vulnerabilities and security holes. This is because of the nature of cloud computing, the public cloud, there are a lot more people with proximity access to the data. What I mean is that compared to an in-house system where there is virtually no connection to the outside internet, the whole world will now be potentially be able to just walk up to your door, so to speak, in public cloud systems.


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Is Cloud Computing a Fact or Fiction? – infographic

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Is Cloud Computing a Fact or Fiction?

 

Cloud Computing: Fact or Fiction? is a new infographic from Devry University helping to explain the basics aboutcloud computing, and the clear up the common misunderstandings people have about the Cloud.

Cloud computing allows you to store, access and share data from Internet-connected devices in one central location.  As technology careers continue to grow across the U.S. and cloud computing creates nearly 14 million jobs by 2015, the Cloud is more important than ever.  Here are the fact you need to know about the Cloud – and the fiction than many believe.

This is a really clean and easy-to-read design, with a great color scheme.  The statistics to support each section are good, and clearly sourced in the long list of data sources in the footer.


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Martin Gysler's curator insight, February 28, 2013 4:09 AM

Here is what you should to know about Cloud computing. A very clear infographic who show us the misunderstanding from people on this subject.

Nuava Solutions's curator insight, February 28, 2013 9:22 AM

Visit our Online Section of Nuava for more information on cloud computing and information. 

Sigrid de Kaste's curator insight, February 28, 2013 4:14 PM

Graphics worth keeping...

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INFOGRAPHIC: Cloud Security Adoption

INFOGRAPHIC: Cloud Security Adoption | Didactics and Technology in Education | Scoop.it

Security is a real issue even though it is true that cloud computing is just as safe as traditional systems when it comes to apparent vulnerabilities and security holes. This is because of the nature of cloud computing, the public cloud, there are a lot more people with proximity access to the data. What I mean is that compared to an in-house system where there is virtually no connection to the outside internet, the whole world will now be potentially be able to just walk up to your door, so to speak, in public cloud systems.


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Cloud Computing: Would You Trust Your IT Operations To An Outsider?

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Enterprises moving to the cloud have to understand that they are not simply purchasing a specific product or service. Rather, they are entering into a core partnership with their cloud providers.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, March 4, 2013 2:30 PM

Trust it! Why not? With a cloud service there is certainly less internal politics. Especially in smaller companies (SMBs) IT departments can be a bit too intrusive, or let me change that, feel like they can be.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Clearing Clouds | AshGoal.com | SBWire Mediawire

INFOGRAPHIC: Clearing Clouds | AshGoal.com | SBWire Mediawire | Didactics and Technology in Education | Scoop.it