Understanding and Using "The Cloud"

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So what is “The Cloud” anyway?  The Cloud refers to the sharing of data and programs over the Internet.  Here are some common examples of using the Cloud:  Sharing files or photos, backing up important data, keeping track of your schedule using Google Calendar, using online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other popular programs, using Google Docs to create and collaborate on documents, using Netflix, Spotify, or Pandora, and so on.  What are the advantages of using the Cloud?   Is the Cloud safe?   How do I save files to the Cloud?  Concepts and usage of the Cloud will be demonstrated and discussed.  Come and finally understand what is meant by “The Cloud”!

Mike Ingber is the owner of Upward Business Systems, which has been in business since 1989 and provides expert, reliable, affordable computer consulting services to a large base of clients. Clients include town halls, libraries, schools, non-profit agencies, small and medium businesses of all sorts, home users, and senior citizens.  Mike received an M.S. Degree in Computer Science from Cornell University in 1979, and a B.S. Degree in Computer Science and Applied Math from Stony Brook University in 1977.  Mike has been a resident of Oxford since 1982, is happily married to Connie, and has two grown stepchildren.

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