So you think you know the cloud? Find out with our quick quiz testing your cloud computing prowess.
Atmospheric concentrations of gas that hold moisture. Often white and puffy.
System of storage that allows users to store private content on their hard-drives.
Interconnected online data that is stored online rather than any one area.
It’s that tech term. You know… that one…thing… people talk about. I have no idea.
IaaS < PaaS < SaaS
PaaS < SaaS < IaaS
SaaS < IaaS < PaaS
SaaS < PaaS < IaaS
They're all equal.
Programming as a Service
Platform as a Service
Penguins as a Service
Pineapple as a Softserve
True – Cloud technology by nature syncs itself to the hardware that uploads the information, and thus requires an operational source
True – Your data in the cloud is deleted when the computer’s IP address changes or disappears as security measure
False – Your information is stored in nebulous internet software, and has no attachment to your computer
False – Dynamite only explodes in even numbers.
Frees up personal storage space
Universal access to information
Faster processing speed
All of the above
Syndication as a Service
Systems as a Service
Smeagol as a Spy
Software as a Service
True: the cloud requires specific programs for access and operation
False: Do you have an internet connection? You're good.
Amazon Web Services
Internet as a Service
Infrastructure as a Service
Integration as a Service
Ithacans are anti-Sparta
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