How is Cloud Computing useful for us?

Whenever you work on the computer, it is necessary to have your computer with you and after working, you save your file and store it in the hard disk. Now think that you aren’t home and something has to be changed or added to the same file.

How will you do it? Because if you do not have your computer in which that file is, how will it work? There is only one solution, that is cloud computing.

Cloud means that all your work can be done on the internet. If you have to edit the document then your document will be on the internet and it can be downloaded from anywhere. You can work only by connecting to the internet.


Just like you need to have related software installed in your computer to do any work, software is installed in cloud computing and you can do your work from any web browser. Not only that, in cloud computing you can also work from mobile because it requires only a web browser.

As I try to explain by taking an example, you must have an e-mail ID, that too is a part of cloud computing because many things are stored on your email like someone sends a photo or sends a file. It remains on email, you just have to open any web browser whether it is computer or mobile and after that you can use it.

In the same way, there is web hosting in which if people make their own server and run the website, then it will cost a lot and it will not run properly, but using cloud computing, the website remains operational for 24 hours.

Advantages of Cloud Computing

The advantage of this is that you can do more work at less cost. Secondly, you get more speed because all these software or files live in the cloud and on a good server, it is fast.

The biggest advantage of cloud computing is that you can increase the resources according to your work and use, so that you pay money for only what you use.

Cloud computing provides advanced computing resources available on-demand, that scale as needed, with regular updates and without the need to buy and maintain an on-premise infrastructure.



Views expressed above are the author’s own.