The Pros And Cons Of Mobile Cloud Computing

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Mobile cloud computing uses the same concept but it just adds a device of mobile. Cloud computing comes in action when a task or a data get kept on the internet rather than individual devices. It providers users on demand access to the data which they have to retrieve. Applications run on the remote server, and then given to the user to be able to, store and manage it from the mobile platform.

Cloud computing, one of the buzz words of 2008, allows you to store your files and folders in a “cloud” area on the internet, allowing you access to all of your files and folders wherever you are in the world- but you do need a physical device with internet access to access it.

Mobile computing is taking a physical device with you. This could be a laptop or a mobile phone or some device which enables you to telework- working wherever you go because of the small size of the device you are using.

Either way, there will be some drawbacks. I’m not going to focus on the positives too much, simply because being able to do work shouldn’t have to be a positive thing, rather something we should just be able to do without any concern.

Focusing for the time being on mobile computing- let’s face it, even for non-students it generally means
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Individuals can also benefit from cloud computing, but some of the most sophisticated and advanced cloud computing services are aimed at enterprises. For example, big businesses and even smaller operations use specific cloud computing services to make different processes like supply-chain management, inventory handling, customer relationships and even production more efficient. An emerging picture of the difference between cloud computing and mobile computing involves the emergence of smart phone and tablets operating systems and, on the cloud end, new networking services that may serve these and other

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