Cloud storage vs cloud computing

Cloud storage involves stashing data on hardware in a remote physical location, which can be accessed from any device via the internet. Clients send files to a data server maintained by a cloud provider instead of (or as well as) storing it on their own hard drives. Dropbox, a paid platform that lets users store and share files, is a good example. Cloud storage systems generally encompass hundreds of data servers linked together by a master control server, but the simplest system might involve just one.

CLOUD SERVER FILE STORAGE Features

  • Completly Secure and Protected.
  • Easy Access
  • Upload files through web-interface
  • Create folders to group your documents
  • Edit document and folder properties online
  • Detailed information on uploaded documents
  • Lock and unlock documents
  • Update documents – old versions are saved
  • Set expiration-date for documents
  • Users are notified about new/updated or expired documents via email
  • Download documents or view them online within your Browser
  • User- and Group-Management
  • Powerful search-engine
  • Intuitive User-Interface
  • Cloud Based
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