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I have been thinking about writing a blog on the cloud for a long time and am doing so thanks to one of my twitter followers (@galinahelpme) who had some questions about cloud computing.
Cloud has become a hot term but one that is used extensively without definition. It is often vague and undefined. This leads to another problem: if you ask ten people for a definition, you will undoubtedly get ten widely differing answers. Some will be highly technical, others more tangible and understandable. I prefer accessible language and definitions that do not require an entire paragraph. I am going to define the cloud and cloud computing and discuss types of clouds. In an upcoming posts