Legal Glossary

Definition of Cloud Computing

Instead of using a local computer, cloud computing is a service that makes it simple to store, manage, and process data online.

Users' data is saved in the cloud and is accessible from any computer or mobile device with an internet connection.

Websites that need to save, store, and easily access significant volumes of data should use cloud computing services.

Websites with dynamic content, those that stream videos or audio, e-commerce websites, and business apps all fall under this category.

With cloud computing, websites can grow or shrink in accordance with their demands, saving money on onsite gear and software purchases.

The scalability, dependability, and security of data are also ensured by cloud computing, making it one of the most widely used options for hosting websites today.

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