Apple's iCloud Takes Cloud Computing Mainstream

Tuesday Jun 7th 2011 by Sean Michael Kerner
Apple's iCloud Takes Cloud Computing Mainstream

A hard drive is so 2010. From entertainment to work, Steve Jobs hopes to make data storage and data sharing all about the iCloud.

Cloud computing just got an injection of cool, thanks to Steve Jobs and Apple. The company announced iCloud, a suite of free services that will move your digital life into the cloud -- from music to movies to data files and more, iCloud aims to be the digital hub of your wired world. Check out the details on what to expect from iCloud this fall at Internetnews.com.

The cloud has been a concept that enterprise and datacenter computing buyers have embraced over the course of the last year. It's now becoming a mainstream consumer concept too with Apple's announcement today of iCloud.

Read the complete article: Apple Heads to the iCloud

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