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Picking Out The Right Cloud

October 14, 2011 No Comments

Cloud computing can be a great resource if you are one of those people who never seems to have enough hard drive space to save all of the music, movies, software and photos on your computer.

Cloud computing lets people use and store files over the Internet, which keeps the hard drive clutter free. Your photos, documents, music and movies can be stored off the computer’s hard drive so it can be accessed by any of your Internet-enabled devices or by logging in at any computer.

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