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Cloud Computing: Dispelling the Remote Revolution Misconceptions

The cloud is more-or-less the next stage of online innovation

The following is a guest blog by Jim Nelson, a guest blogger for Sharefile.com where he writes about secure file transfer and other computer file-related topics.

Cloud computing is a few years old, but despite the many benefits and the fact that the term has entered the public consciousness, there are still a lot of people that are in the dark concerning what the cloud actually is and what it can do. It's not like the Internet, which had a clear definition and immediately visible perks, like online commerce.



The cloud is more-or-less the next stage of online innovation; it improves on what already exists as opposed to creating something entirely new.

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Alex Forbes is a B2B software marketing leader with experience in analyst relations, content marketing and product marketing. He follows the IoT, rapid application development, and cloud markets to help customers improve their digital transformation initiatives, customers' buyer journeys and experience from both an IT and business perspective.

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