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== Cloud data storage and backup ==
 
== Cloud data storage and backup ==
   
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Cloud data storage allows companies to [[store]] [[data]] [[off-site]] at a [[secure]] and remote [[third party]] location. Provider storage pools are used by [[customer]]s to [[file]] or [[backup]] [[data]] [[secure]]ly and [[automatic]]ally. Storage resources may span multiple [[server]]s and locations to meet the client's requirements. Cloud-services may be accessed through an [[API]] ([[Application programming interface]]) or via a cloud storage gateway or through [[content management system]]s. Companies pay for monthly usage and consumption of [[data]] storage. Cloud storage providers allow [[user]]s to [[access]] services and [[application]]s with a [[web service]] [[interface]].
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Cloud data storage allows companies to store data off-site at a secure and remote third party location. Provider storage pools are used by the customers to file or backup data securely and automatically. Storage resources may span across multiple servers and locations to best serve the client requirements. Cloud-services may be accessed through API (Application Programming Interface) or via a cloud storage gateway or through content management systems. Companies pay for monthly usage and consumption of data. Cloud storage providers allow users to access services and applications with a web service interface.
   
 
== Benefits ==
 
== Benefits ==

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