Cloud computing has not only added convenience of global access to stored data, but also has helped enhance processing power and cost reduction
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In just over a decade, an emerging set of technologies has given rise to a new capacity: one that allows people to store and access their digital data from virtually any location in the world via internet connection. It’s called cloud computing. More popularly referred to as “the cloud,” this relatively new technology can make digital data access more decentralized and mobile; more streamlined and accelerated; more ubiquitous, and possibly more dynamic.
No longer restricted to a physical device or geographical location, data can now be made to “float” across a massive network of computers. Hovering from above in this digital infrastructure, data can virtually “follow” its user, and provide the user with a greater degree of operational mobility and a speed of access that might not be possible through traditional data storage means.
For individuals and businesses, this means that digital files—documents, reports, photos, audio/visual recordings, and more—can be made accessible, storable, and transferable 24/7 from almost any location. A few of the more cutting-edge developments in this space are about to be discussed in the upcoming Google Cloud Next ‘18 exhibition, according to the conference website.
Google Cloud Next ‘18
Google Cloud Next 2018 is a three-day exhibition to be held at San Francisco’s Moscone Center starting on July 24, 2018. The exhibition aims to present a series of key talks and workshops on the latest developments in Google’s cloud technology applications,