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Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing

We  are living in a special era where we see technology moving at an incredible rate in terms of transformation. Now we are experiencing the shift from traditional software designs, to the world wide web. Gaining momentum over the past decade and now looking ahead, the next decade of cloud computing ensures new ways to collaborate everywhere, and mainly through our mobile devices. With cloud computing, you eliminate those headaches that come with saving and storing data to your multi-terabyte hard drive, because managing hardware and software is eliminated from your to do list. That responsibility is taken up by professional computing companies such as Sales force. The advantages of cloud computing include the facts that it works like a utility company, in that, you are only required to pay for what you need, your free to scale up or size down, and your upgrades are automatic.  Now we are experiencing the shift from traditional software designs, to the world wide web. Artificial intelligence application has taken place even on industries such as in healthcare and agriculture.

Cloud computing allows users to develop, and manage applications without getting caught up in code, infrastructure, and storage. It’s easy to see how cool cloud computing is. It organizes and disperses everything there is to know about available products, consuming customers, and the performance of the sales staff. With an integration of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media; it moves as needed to desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones from the storage cloud on the internet. 

At the base of it, cloud computing is like outsourcing computer programs. Users are free to access applications and software from wherever they may be. The computer programs are hosted by the outside party and stay in the cloud. So overall, users don’t have to worry about storage and power. The pop culture myths the company received for its AI genius represents the kind of powers the technology is predicted to have by both its most appreciated users and by its most interest-disengaged users. 

Formal business applications always have been very frustrating to work with, as well as, expensive; and the variety of hardware and software required to run them are crazy. Traditional applications have always been very technical and expensive. It requires a whole team of professionals to install, configure, test, run, secure, and update them. Cloud computing allows room for adaptable programs and applications which can be customized, while simultaneously allowing the owner to keep control over the core coding. 

In a nut shell, with the force of the internet, it is necessary for software functions across all devices to be able integrate with other applications. Cloud applications provides this, and when you multiply this effort across hundreds of applications, it becomes easy to see how the biggest companies with the best IT departments are getting applications they need. Small and mid-sized businesses don’t really have a chance. The affordability of cloud computing and third-party hosting makes it an essential tool for these bigger businesses. Finally, as digital technologies grow more and more powerful, and available to the world, applications are becoming more and more universally widespread.