Cloud Storage

Cloud storage allows you to save data and files in an off-site location that you access either through the public internet or a dedicated private network connection. Data that you transfer off-site for storage becomes the responsibility of a third-party cloud provider. The provider hosts, secures, manages, and maintains the servers and associated infrastructure and ensures you have access to the data whenever you need it.

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Cloud Storage Types

In this video, Open Cloud Academy Instructor Owen Winn discusses the differences between DAS, SAN, and