Where do apps come from? Lead Service Market Development Manager, Dave Johnson, sheds some light on this question and helps us understand the “cloud” in a recent Networking Exchange blog.

Johnson simplifies the “cloud” and explains how this is really just a bunch of computers, spread out around the world, storing all kinds of information, and using the Internet to talk to each other. And, as long as you have Internet connection you can have access to all of this information whenever you want it. Games, movies, pictures, books, music – just about anything you could think of. The great thing is that with the cloud, you don’t have to actually have all of the computers and equipment to store this stuff, but you can still get to it whenever you need it, no matter where you happen to be.

Read more about the "cloud talk" in our Networking Exchange blog.

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