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What is Amazon Web Services Amazon Web Service is a Cloud Computing Service. Cloud Computing is being used a lot in today's time. In Amazon Web Services, you get not only Cloud Computing but more than 100 Computing Services related to Cloud Computing. Amazon Web Services is such a Remote Computing Service that gives you Cloud Computing Service, that too with Unlimited Bandwidth and Customer Support, now you can use this Cloud Computing Service for your Website or Blog or for any Apps. In 2006, Amazon Web Services began offering IT services in the market in the form of web services which is now known as cloud computing.



Backblaze B2: dirt-cheap cloud storage for business

ZDNet

AWS dominates the infrastructure as a service market today, but they aren't the only game in town. In fact, Backblaze, the nine-year-old -- and profitable -- cloud storage firm, is showing just how dirt cheap purpose-built storage can be. In addition, Backblaze is now opening its APIs so developers can build their apps on the cheapest storage in the cloud. They already have several integration partnerships, including Synology's NAS boxes, CloudBerry's backup service, OpenIO's on-premise private cloud, and Ortana's media workflow system. B2 is a RESTful object storage system, based on the software that Backblaze developed for its successful unlimited backup service which currently stores over 200 petabytes.


Microsoft Earnings Growth Expected to Continue With Demand for Cloud Services

WSJ.com: WSJD - Technology

Microsoft is likely to announce strong revenue growth as demand for its cloud services and software continued to climb last quarter. For the quarter ended in March, the software giant is expected to post around $49 billion in sales, up close to 18% from a year earlier. Analysts polled by FactSet expect its net income to be around $16 billion, up 6.2%.


Cloud Computing vs. Data Security - DATAVERSITY

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Cloud computing has in recent years become both an essential service used in many industries and a ubiquitous part of the daily life of consumers. By offering remote access to computing services that can be rented out on a flexible, efficient, as-needed basis, it gives companies access to greater computer power and storage capabilities than they might be able to maintain on their own legacy servers and do more advanced analytics with their data. According to a report from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), "The cloud computing model offers the promise of massive cost savings combined with increased IT agility." Cloud computing has become a particularly critical feature of modern life since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, as many employees moved to remote workplaces and had to use cloud services in order to collaborate with their colleagues. The opportunities that cloud computing offers, however, also come with challenges in the realm of data security.