NEW YORK, May 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Since the arrival and subsequent maturing of the internet, the way we work has revolutionized and allowed the development of a multitude of services. The increase in server power and lower storage costs has favored the emergence of a new trend threatening to replace the conventional web hosts. Thanks to the many benefits it offers to business and individuals, cloud computing seems to have placed itself significantly in the marketplace.
Its flexibility (provision on the Internet), its adaptability (storage capacity and adapted power calculations), its payment model (pay for use) and collaborative work solutions make it a flexible and scalable tool, gathering all the applications in one space called the 'cloud'. Managed by remote computer servers and accessible via an Internet network, there are three main types of cloud, the IAAS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service).
Cloud providers and software vendors continue to innovate and develop new offers which would allow buying prepackaged solution workspaces or predictive analytics. The uses should diversify into new areas such as human resources, accounting or marketing.
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virtual machine, cloud service, web service, data center, resource allocation, computer security, mobile device, energy consumption, resource management, large scale, cloud system, context awareness, high performance, service quality
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