The Beginner’s Guide to the Cloud Cloud storage is a cloud computing model in which data is stored on remote servers accessed from the Internet, or “cloud.” It is maintained, operated and managed by a cloud storage service provider on a storage servers that are built on virtualization techniques.
Cloud storage is also known as utility storage — a term subject to differentiation based on actual implementation and service delivery. There are three main cloud storage models: Public cloud storage services provide a multi-tenant storage environment that’s most suitable for unstructured data. Private cloud storage services provide a dedicated environment protected behind an organization’s firewall. Private clouds are appropriate for users who need customization and more control over their data. Hybrid cloud storage is a combination of the other two models that includes at least one private cloud and one public cloud infrastructure. An organization might, for example, store actively used and structured data in a private cloud and unstructured and archival data in a public cloud. Konstruktor Cloud allows you to store music, documents, photos, and other files. This includes simultaneous sharing and editing. You can also save secure copies of each document and access them from all of your devices. When you sign up for Konstruktor, you automatically get 2GB of free storage. Should you need additional storage, fee is as follows: $50 per year for unlimited data storage. Join community of creative individuals! Create and collaborate on konstruktor.com