Cloud storage might sounds like it’s related to weather systems and storms, but it actually refers to storing data on a remote storage platform maintained by a 3rd party.
Typically, you’d store data from your computer on a hard drive, flash memory, disc, or some other type of physical storage device at your location. With cloud storage, you save it to a remote database. All you need is an Internet connection to transfer files between your PC and the “cloud”.
There are countless cloud storage systems available to store all forms of digital data. Some are small operations, others are large enough to fill an entire warehouse with servers. The facilities that house cloud storage systems are called data centers.
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