If you want to learn how mobile cloud computing can help you or your business– look no further! Check out our guide to cloud computing with mobile devices and phones:
Cloud Computing with Mobile Phones
You probably have at least one “cloud-compatible” device already– your cell phone! Mobile phones have developed a lot in recent years and these developments have made them useful for many new tasks. Cloud computing with mobile phones has driven manufacturers to appease the public with faster phones that operate more like computers than merely call-makers.
Cloud Computing with iPad
The iPad utilizes cloud computing technology in a similar way to mobile phones– especially if you have an iPhone! While your music is probably stored locally in your iPad’s memory, it is likely that you also use your iPad to access your web-based email. (Web-based email is hosted in the cloud.) Anytime you download an app that facilitates the storage or accessing of information online, you’re using your iPad for cloud computing!
Cloud Computing with Android and Google
Most mobile phones other than iPhones are operated by Google’s Android operating system and there are an increasing amount of tablets running it as well. Android can run any app found on Google Play– an almost endless resource of programs!
And with tools like Google Calendar, you can organize your business affairs by sharing appointments and documents with your colleagues! Cloud computing with mobile devices and phones is developing into an incredibly useful application of cloud computing technology.
Cloud Computing with Laptop Computers
Of course laptops also count as “mobile devices” and perhaps you’re already using it to make use of cloud computing technology.
Youtube makes it easy to create a web-series that can be accessed anywhere on the planet. You can present informational “webinars” or get involved in online gaming… the possibilities are endless.
There are other mobile devices like the Amazon Kindle and various Blackberrys that we haven’t mentioned in this article, but the principle is the same. Cloud computing on mobile devices and phones is connecting the world in ways we’ve never before imagined possible!