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
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