INF325 WEEK 2 DISC 2 Client Server and Cloud Computing

May 12th, 2015
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Watch the following video: Changes to Computer Thinking: Stephen Fry Explains Cloud Computing. In your own words, define client/server and cloud computing. Compare and contrast the two technologies, and provide examples to support your discussion. Identify which of these technologies is predominant in your organization. Your initial response should be a minimum of 300 words in length

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Client Server & Cloud ComputingCloud ComputingCloud computing is the set of technology based services provided from Internet resources including websites and developed software. Cloud computing gives access of utility based data to virtual and remote workers retrieved from plural resources rather than just one or more locally hosted servers. In cloud based system, the user has the choice to access that information from the source which is needed rather skipping through number of files to access particular information. The best part of cloud computing is that it enables a team workers to operate and coordinate from remote places. Cloud teams can communicate, train and inform the members virtually by using latest technological tools. All departments including Production, Human Resource, Marketing and Media teams can collaboratively boost the organizational performance using the latest technology online in order to compete and communicate with the global world. Cloud computing believes in the idea of separately placing and managing software and hardware in the system to make the system more utility based [Margaret Rouse (2010)].Client-Server Client-Server architecture is a

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