Cloud Computing Applications: An Open Source Software (OSS) Approach

6 Pages Posted: 20 Dec 2019

Date Written: May 17, 2019

Abstract

World is moving towards “Cloud Computing” as part of the advancement of Technology in general and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in specific. In simple form Cloud computing can be referred to as the application of computer for storing and accessing of data through the web enabled devices, rather than your computer's hard drive. Cloud computing is mainly performed functions are managing ,storing and processing data with help of internet.The present study aimed to see you how making the best use of the cloud storage application. There are many cloud storage providers that not only provide you the free cloud storage space but also with many other features. Some cloud storages are there in the market that not only provides the best user experience and incredible features, but helps users to enjoy the free services after the SignUp. It is clear from the study that all the cloud applications are easy to use for storage their personal and business data. Cloud applications such as mega, Media fire, Adrive, Surdoc cloud storage are easy to use and provide free storage space up to 50GB Microsoft is the largest company as measured by market cap. Its market share is $889.286B.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Cloud computing models, Market capitalization, Free Cloud Storage Services,Cloud Application, Media Fire, Mega, Google Drive, SurDoc

Suggested Citation

K R, Mahalakshmi and swamy, Ranga, Cloud Computing Applications: An Open Source Software (OSS) Approach (May 17, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3507358 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3507358

Mahalakshmi K R (Contact Author)

Tumkur University ( email )

B.H Road
Karnataka
Tumkur, Karnataka 572103
India

Ranga Swamy

Tumkur University ( email )

B.H Road
Karnataka
Tumkur, Karnataka 572103
India

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