In a cloud computing system, there's a significant workload shift, with a network of computers handling storage and computing. Explore the technology and common applications here.
How the Google Cloud Works
What exactly is the Google Cloud and how could it change computing? Find out all about Google Cloud in this article. See more »
How Music Clouds Work
Thanks to music clouds, you can access enormous libraries of music virtually anywhere you can get Internet access. Learn all about music clouds. See more »
How a Cloud Antivirus Works
Cloud antivirus protection is made possible with cloud computing. So, what's the best way to protect your computer? See if cloud antivirus is right for you. See more »
How the Apple iCloud Works
Apple's iCloud promises to synchronize all of your devices -- as long as they're made by Apple. See how Apple's iCloud stacks up to its competitors. See more »
Does 'to the cloud' mean the same thing as 'let's Google that'?
'To the cloud' and 'let's Google that' are common tech phrases. But what do they mean? Find out if 'to the cloud' and 'let's Google that' mean the same thing. See more »
Are my files really safe if I store them in the cloud?
Are your files safe in the cloud? Learn about cloud storage and if your files will be safe in the cloud. See more »
5 Ways to Keep Your Information Secure in the Cloud
You can keep your information secure in cloud storage with these five tips. Learn how to minimize risk and keep information secure in the cloud. See more »
How the Amazon Cloud Player Works
The Amazon Cloud Player is a new streaming music app that offers flexibility in purchasing, storing and accessing tunes. Explore the Amazon Cloud Player. See more »
How Cloud Storage Works
Cloud storage involves storing data on multiple virtual servers that are generally hosted by third parties. Learn more about how cloud storage works. See more »
How Cloud Computing Works
Cloud computing lets you use files and applications over the Internet. Learn about the benefits and drawbacks to cloud computing. See more »
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