Windows 8: How it Will Work With Cloud Computing

Windows 8 is the next sensible step towards cloud computing while giving users options on how they want to do that. Windows 8 is taking a more responsible approach than compared with Google Chrome, for example.
We have all heard about cloud computing for some time. There has been little to show us it has been coming for some time. Except until very recently. Google has just released the Chromebook, which runs on Google Chrome, which more than an operating system, it is a browser. Windows 8 works a little differently, and may be a more appropriate use for many of us. Most of us are probably not ready for a full switch to cloud computing without additional options, such as keeping our own items on our own computer. Windows 8 is a move towards cloud computing without compromising what we know. Here is a look at how it will work in terms of cloud computing.
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  • Azure.The Windows Azure Platform is the computing platform used by Microsoft to offer cloud computing products. These products are and will be offered separately to the Windows 8 download. You can think of the Azure Platform as the huge computer that handles a software program for you, and when you are using it, you are using it through the network. A perfect example of this is Office 365, the replacement for Microsoft Office. You will not have the program on your computer, you will use it like the program on your computer, but it is stored on the Azure network.
  • System Integration.Windows 8 will allow you to use application on the internet, cloud computing applications, with the full power of your operating system and computer. Currently, when you are using an application on the internet, Facebook is an excellent example of one of them, you are only able to use the power of your browser and the power that can be given to that application by your operating system. The whole power of your computer will be available for online applications, and therefore, there will be considerable speed changes.
  • Cluster Support.It is important to understand that when you get services from cloud based products provided by Microsoft, it is not like you will be getting them from one single source. There are many technologies around the delivery of information and services, which deliver from multiple sources at a single time. This means if one of those sources crashes, you will not lose your data, and the service will not be terminated.
  • Windows Live.Windows Live services are expected to grow dramatically, offer a variety of products, and increase to include large storage with monthly payment plans. Similar products are already available for business at very low cost when compared with competitors for a long time.
  • Device storage.Even though there will be a large amount of cloud services available after the release of Windows 8, the best thing about the change is that we will still retain our on-device storage. Not everyone is ready to store everything online – as is the case with owning a Chromebook. A staged transfer of the way we use computers is what most people will want. We still want the choice. While Windows 8 will function very well with cloud computing, is a system that integrates the language of cloud, it still gives us the option of storing on our own devices.
Windows 8 will be an exciting and hassle free step forward in the right direction for computer users who have put up with having to learn how to use different devices because they all operated differently, and who live in a world where they fear getting online because of security issues.

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