One of the most popular terms in recent years is “The Cloud”, and has been appearing in more and more fields of technology. Industry commentators have for some time encouraged companies and people to migrate to the cloud, but what is this term? What does it mean in the world of smartphones? Let’s understand this concept and how it can help you to have more security in your data and save processing of your device.
What is cellphone cloud?
The basic technical explanation is that they are hosted services delivered over the internet. Instead of installing software on your own PC, smartphones, servers or other computing device, you simply access an application or service over the internet, usually through a browser or application.
These services can be free or paid instead of traditional software licensing models where you pay in advance and have to manage software updates. They are often referred to as software-as-a-service (SaaS).
This may still seem quite technical and unpleasant, but what many people may not realize is how much they already use the Cloud in their work and personal lives. Cloud-based services and applications are becoming something we trust and use on a daily basis. It’s not just big business companies with big IT departments. This is about using video and photo editing programs online, using your email box to save and manage files, among many other day-to-day processes that are already permeated by the cloud.
How to use the cloud in the mobile?
Cloud-based applications such as email, social networks, editing programs and music are already part of our daily lives. But how so?
A good starting point for getting started with cloud services and receiving their benefits is with programs we use in our daily lives. Use the free Gmail service from Google or Microsoft Outlook? So you’re already using the cloud for your emails.
How many times have you used mobile apps on your smartphone to check Twitter today, update your Facebook status, or share an article on LinkedIn? All of these social networking applications are also cloud-based. You simply log on to any device you are using and where you are accessing those accounts.
We are all familiar with these consumer services and use them because of their convenience. And these services are increasingly present . Programs like DropBox, Google Drive, Google Photos, OneDrive, Box, Google Docs, iCloud, and many others offer program and file storage solutions in the cloud that, in addition to protecting your data, automatically synchronize everything between devices.
Where is the cloud on the cell phone?
Currently, there are cloud-based applications available for almost every conceivable purpose, from file storage and application sharing to collaboration applications. In addition, there are specialized business applications for tasks such as payroll and accounting, sales and customer management, among others.
In these apps, the “cloud” resides on servers installed around the world. They are computers with a high processing and storage capacity that will perform the “brute” of the tasks that the applications in the cloud intends to accomplish, leaving only the simplest tasks, such as downloading, editing, and reading files, to your smartphone. It is worth saying that the “Cloud” is not a physical place, nor a specific application of your cell phone. It is a concept, something that can involve any program you use on a day to day basis.
Connectivity is also an important component in “finding” the cloud. The widespread availability of fixed broadband , Wi-Fi and 4G services means they can access cloud-based applications almost anywhere, from their mobile device at any time, as servers stay connected 24 hours a day to the Internet.
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