Cloud Computing refers to sharing resources, software, and information via a network, in this case, the internet. The data is stored on physical servers maintained and controlled by a cloud computing provider. As a user, you access your stored information on the cloud via the internet.
By using cloud storage, you don’t have to store the information on your hard drive. Instead, you can access it from any location and download it to any device of your choice, including laptops, tablets, or smartphones. Moreover, you do not need to worry about backups or scalability as the Cloud infrastructure we use is geo-replicated and auto scales as needed.