Whether you’re apart of the Silent Generation that predated the second World War, a proud Baby Boomer, a member of Generation X, or smack dab in the middle of the millennials, a lot has changed since you were a kid. Like, a lot. From popular culture, to laws, to politics, and even food, things simply aren’t the way they used to be, for better and for worst.
Even the activity — or art depending on how you look at it — of daydreaming has drastically changed. Doodling and sketching in your high school chemistry notebook has been replaced by drawing idling in an app on your smartphone or tablet. Even the word “cloud” has taken on a much different meaning than those fluffy white puffs of moisture and particles floating in the sky. By now, if you don’t know what the cloud is, you may be far behind.
Do you remember how much fun cloud gazing used to be as a kid (or even as an adult)? Fast forward to the tech-crazed world of today, and cloud gazing has since been replaced by cloud computing. In fact, entire entities such as cloud assessment services and cloud consulting companies now exist to help people and businesses with all their cloud-related needs.
So exactly what is this “infamous” cloud and why is it so important to both people and businesses alike?
The cloud can be best described as a complex network of remote services on web that are used to store data. Cloud computing has become an increasingly common practice of using the cloud to not only store data, but manage and process it remotely as opposed to being physically tied down to a local server or personal computer.
This is exactly where cloud assessment services come into play. After all, understanding the cloud in all its complexity and how to get the most out of using it can be confusing. Cloud assessment services allow people and especially businesses to focus on their big picture while cloud consultants work towards maximizing cloud potential.
So whether you’re looking for a way to store all of your #tbt pictures, or you’re a small business owner that’s looking for the best solutions to expedite your day to day business operations, you simply have to look towards the cloud — or clouds — for your needs.