These days, the terms "cloud," "cloud services," and "cloud computing" appear to be everywhere. Everybody talks about it, uses it, fascinated by it, but who truly understands what it is and, more importantly, why anyone should use it?

I. The cloud and its benefits

In general, the term cloud comes from the cloud drawing that was used to represent the Internet itself. The relationship between the cloud (as we now refer to it) and the Internet is self-evident: cloud computing entails managing your data through a third-party network hosted over the Internet. In a summary, cloud services provide you with an online hard disc.

How can you profit from this? That's simple - you stand to gain significantly! When compared to local data storage, cloud services provide significant advantages:


You can access your data from any device by using a cloud service. In practice, this means that you can have your personal and professional documents, family photos, videos, music, and so on with you at all times, no matter where you are. So, if you run into a friend at a coffee house, you can show him your vacation photos on your tablet. If you're on a business trip and need to access an important document, you can use an external computer. Isn't that amazing?


The provider manages all associated services, so you don't have to worry about anything. You do not require any extra physical devices (such as an external hard drive), just some a kind of end device (which shouldn't be an issue in a world where the number of mobile phones well almost outnumbers the world's population) and internet access. Many businesses have discovered this benefit as well. It is undoubtedly one of the primary reasons why the percentage of businesses using cloud computing is expected to rise from 36% to 52% this year.


The low prices of cloud services are especially useful now that hard disc prices are skyrocketing and the economic situation calls for cost savings. Several companies believe they can cut costs by up to 20% per year. There's also a rumor going around that there are certain crazy cloud providers out there who offer their services for free ;)

Plenty of storage space

Your cloud storage space is scalable. That is, you can change the size of the storage space you require at any time. Unlike a hard disc, which becomes full at some point, you can increase your "online storage space" at any time.

II. Market availability of cloud services

There are numerous cloud services available in the marketplace. Some are provided by Google, Apple, and Amazon, while others are created by innovative start-ups. However, several practical solutions are a number of practical solutions available to both consumers and businesses. Here are a couple of examples:

Traditional cloud services include Dropbox, Google Play, iCloud, Gmail, Picasa, and Calendar, to name a few. Amazon's cloud computing

Netflix and YouTube are two video cloud services.

Pandora, Grooveshark, and Spotify are examples of music streaming services.

Twitter, Facebook, and other social cloud services

Wunderlist and Evernote are two cloud-based note-taking and task-management services.

Salesforce CRM cloud services

Cloud text messaging services:???

III. Cloud-based text messaging

Text messaging was once the sole network operator's business. None of these operators have ever been interested in a text messaging cloud. They ignored the advantages that such a service would provide their users. These days, thankfully, are over! Mysms saw an opportunity and seized it. The mysms Cloud is a text messaging cloud that provides its users with features that greatly simplify message management.


All text messages are synced across all devices. This means that a user can access his or her text messages, images, and files from any end device, no matter where he or she is.


Aside from the convenience of not having to worry about saving or losing messages, pictures, and files, mysms is useful for users who are not friends with their smartphone's keyboard. Users can type messages on their computers using the mysms cloud.


Speaking of insane, the mysms Cloud is completely free.

Storage area

All text messages, images, and files sent and received are saved in the mysms Cloud. There will be no more lost text messages. Furthermore, if you switch devices your old messages follow you - automatically.

Overall, I believe that cloud computing is one of the most significant benefits that modern technology can provide. It appears to be an easy-to-manage tool for the end user, which is great because that is exactly what it was intended to be. Some people haven't realised they're already using a cloud service (for example, Gmail or Facebook ), but they'll when you help us spread the word. So, please share as well as inform your friends about the benefits of using cloud services.