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    Can we access the cloud without the internet?

  • #2
    Since cloud computing is dependent on the internet cloud and requires internet connectivity, you may be out of luck if your internet connection is unstable. You can't operate web-based applications or open stored files on the web unless you have access to the internet.

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    • #3
      It is entirely doable if you have offline-capable devices, however, it may be difficult to access offline services if you are using devices such as a fixed PC. Offline access, on the other hand, is useful since it allows you to access your files after they have been downloaded from your cloud to your device's native hard drive. To store offline, you'll need enough storage space on your smartphone.

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      • #4
        To have automatic storage, cloud storages like Google Drive and Dropbox require you to set up offline access, which is a fantastic feature. For example, for Google Drive, all you have to do is enable the Google Docs offline extension and you can access your drive's information offline. After you've enabled the offline feature, you can choose which files you wish to make available based on your device's storage.

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        • #5
          The term "cloud" is a popular buzzword in the computing world today, although its meaning may be unclear to some. I can tell you that even if you were unaware, you have most likely used the cloud. Cloud is used by platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Webmail, and others. One thing is certain: clouding has enabled internet users to keep large amounts of data over the internet rather than on a single device. This prevents documents from becoming physically lost. Like my favorite cloud service Dropbox, it also allows users to access their papers from any terminal at any time

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