In the very near future, the thought of storing data on physical machines may seem outlandish. It’s difficult to ignore the multitude of benefits received from cloud drives such as flexibility, backup, mobility, connectivity, and scalability. As the ideal way for delivering applications, cloud storage is the preferred means for organizations extending their infrastructure or developing new technologies.
Cloud computing hasn’t only changed the way we use our mobile devices, it has also changed how research is conducted and how innovations are discovered. Individuals, scientists, students, executives, employees, and entrepreneurs no longer need to buy their own banks of hard drives or servers—they can simply pay for cloud drives when they need them. Cloud technology will continue to evolve, and even more exciting, the next generation of cloud computing is just around the bend.