There was once a time when users were enticed into utilizing a cloud computing system based almost entirely on its ability to store data remotely, removing most of the danger associated with hard drive corruption or some other unspeakable loss of data.
A few short years later, and remote storing capability is simply another tool in a proverbial toolshed stocked to the rafters. This infographic, provided by NationalDebtRelief.com, explains the different types of cloud computing, and a few statistics that show the growth in the popular opinion of the service, something that has also changed drastically in a relatively short amount of time.
Russel Cooke is a business consultant and writer from Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from the University of Louisville, and worked in the Louisville area for over ten years before become an independent consultant and business writer. He recently relocated to Los Angeles, CA. You can follow Russel on Twitter @RusselCooke2.