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What is that thing that comes to our minds when we say cloud computing? Well many realistic and non-realistic answers have crossed our minds by now. For those of you who are new to the term, here is the definition.
Cloud Computing: Cloud is a metaphor for Internet and this type of internet provides shared computer processing resources and data to computers and other devices on demand.
Some of the big players include Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, Verizon Cloud, CtrlS, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, and more.
Application: From Education system to Banking, office application, management apps, analytical tools etc…. all uses cloud based management system. This Cloud computing has influenced significantly the way people use mobiles or computer system. Every business or organisation big or small wants its customers / consumers to experience fast resolution. So, adapting Cloud Solutions is the of the best ways to ensure customers experience certainty.
Benefits of Cloud Computing: Some of the benefits are that it eliminates the difficulty and expense of maintaining, upgrading and scaling your own computer hardware and software while increasing efficiency, speed and resources. Your computer speed or storage capacity or maintenance requirements are minimised.
Virtualisation and Cloud: Technology is fast moving in all directions, the 3D Glass or the new virtual-reality headsets. You are sitting in front of a flat TV playing your favorite games wearing them, you feel that you are in the real world. So Virtualisation and Cloud will rule the roost. The increasing demand for graphic-rich applications like SPSS, is one such result of the innovative approach of virtualisation.
Artificial Intelligence: The Japanese Robot company developed social robot in 2015 and in its first release sold 1000 in less than a minute. Many other companies like the Blue Frog Robotics are also developing their own Robots that will be able to recognise facial expressions.
IOT (Internet of Things): The Internet of Things (IoT) is only going to get bigger. The Internet of Things (IoT) concept has been just a concept, but 2016 could be the year it goes mainstream. Gartner estimates nearly 6.4 billion connected devices in use globally, which would be a 30 percent jump from 2015. These might not be actual devices that you have but still gather information about your habits in order to give you personalised experiences. For instance, the next time you step out to buy a train ticket, the automated ticket teller could already know your daily travel route and dispense the appropriate ticket without you having to do anything.

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