Cloud computing is the most misunderstood term in the modern-day array of tech-buzz words. A few years ago, there was a joke about a senior bureaucrat who was giving his speech on Cloud computing, saying that despite all the progress in technology, we still don’t know what happens to our data on the cloud when it rains.
The Cloud, for the uninitiated, is just a term used where data and computing are not on your phone or laptop but is accessed from a remote server through Internet connectivity. Where traditional cloud services aim to cut costs and help users focus on core business competencies, distributed Cloud services add a geographical layer, moving to compute and data closer to users.



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