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Course: Composition II.Name: Tedi ElmasAssignment: 1. Major: Computer Science.Paraphrase & SummaryParaphraseGriffith (2016) explains that accessing your data or programs through the means of the Internet, or at least synchronizing the data with additional information using an online network, is what ca be defined as “cloud computing.” Usually, in a big corporate, you may have an excellent understanding of what’s on the other end of the connection, but as an individual user, you might not be aware at all of the grandiose amount of data that is being processed behind the scenes. With the prerequisite of an online connection, cloud computing is able to work wherever, whenever you are.SummaryIn the article “What is Cloud Computing?”, Eric Griffith writes about our use and understanding of cloud technology in today’s age. In basic terms, Cloud computing refers to the ability to store and access data and software through the means of the internet instead of accessing the computer’s hard drive. The term “cloud” is used as a symbolic representation of the internet, since it is what the internet used to be represented with in flowcharts, years ago. Thefunctionality of cloud computing differs from that of the traditional computing, which makes use of local storage in order to store and access data. All that is needed for this is physically near the user, which makes accessing data faster and easier for computers. Utilizing these properties of

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