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2. What is Cloud Technology?
A model for delivering information technology services in which resources are retrieved from
the internet through web-based tools and hosted applications, rather than a direct connection
to a server. Data and software programs are stored in servers at data centers. However, the
cloud computing structure allows access to information as long as a digital device has access to
the web. This type of system allows users to share resources, collaborate and work remotely.
3. What Is The Cloud?
A new age, metaphoric term that is used to describe the Internet! The
Internet is the foundation that was developed for modern day digital
communications and serves as the platform for the World Wide Web.
4. Cloud Terms
• Cloud-based – Any
infrastructure, platform, information
system, application, software or service that is
hosted on the Internet or the Web.
• Cloud Storage - Space on a virtual server in a
data center where data is stored and/or hosted.
• Cloud Computing – Computer users utilize on-
demand, access to a shared pool of
configurable, web-based, computing resources
like, systems, networks, servers, storage, applicati
ons, software and services that can be rapidly
provisioned and deployed for use in conducting
5. Cloud Deployment Types
Private Public Hybrid Community
dedicated to a
both user types
dedicated to a
group of users
These help determine the level of access, control and location of the cloud infrastructure.
6. Cloud Service Types
SaaS PaaS IaaS
Software as a service
allows for use of an
Platform as a service
without hardware or
Infrastructure as a
service provides PC
Help to determine access and capabilities within the limitations of the cloud infrastructure.
8. What Is A Computer Information System?
A Computer Information System is a diverse combination of
interconnected technologies like, computers and
networks, hardware and software, applications and
databases, websites and the Internet, all very carefully
designed, developed and integrated into a
complex, secure, system for collecting, storing and processing
data, enabling end users to create, sort and distribute
analytics, business intelligence or other meaningful information.
Some examples of Computer Information Systems are Content
Management Systems (CMS), Customer Relationship
Management Systems (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning
Systems (ERP) and Decision Support Systems (DSS), which can
also be used as Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud-based tools!