Nearly everyone has heard the term “cloud-based computing,” yet most of us who rely on being able to access important data from our computers and smartphones don’t think much about where the data is actually stored. So what is cloud-based computing? Cloud-based computing refers to a mesh of remote servers that stores and moves data around the world so that we can access via Wi-Fi, local-area network (LAN), or a cellular network.
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