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What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud computing is an internet based new age computer technology. Cloud computing is an on-demand availability of computer system resources that uses the clouds to provide the services when the user needs them and helps the users avail of a more extensive network of global web servers. 
This is because it’s seen the fastest adoption into the mainstream than the other technology within the domain. This adoption has been fueled mainly by the ever-increasing number of smartphones and mobile devices which may access the web.
Cloud computing isn’t just for organizations and businesses; it’s also useful for the standard person. It enables us to run software programs without installing them on our computers; it enables us to store and access our multimedia content online. Pooled computing resources available through cloud computing are proven to supply tremendous benefits to business organizations.
Cloud computing examples are : 
Cybersecurity : Forcepoint
Big Data Analysis : Civis Analytics
Platform-as-a-Service (SaaS) : AWS
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (SaaS) : DigitalOcean
File Sharing + Data Storage : Dropbox
Data Governance : Carbonite