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Apple iCloud Poses Threat to Tech Giants

Tech giants across the globe are a worried lot after Apple announced the launch of iCloud services. The old school ideology of storing information and data locally seems to have backfired for the service providers. Apple’s iCloud will allow end users in storing data over the wirelessly managed cloud platform in a seamless manner. The data including documents, photos and videos will get automatically synchronized with all iOS devices held by the client. This enables them in buying apps and managing data once and helps them saving cost too. These are highly effective solutions that can help business managers and avid travelers at the same time.

Apple iCloud Poses


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The service providers generally offer high rate storage online over the cloud platform. All the more their services are always under the scrutiny of security and data ownership over the cloud platform. However, Apple has always been able to back its product with supreme post sales support and best breed apps on the go. Therefore, the end users should expect cutting edge support from Apple all the way. The tech giants such as likes of Samsung, Motorola, HTC and others are soon to replicate the business model in order to stay competitive in the tech market.

The cloud services will eventually become the order of the day and don’t be surprised if end users end up storing more volume of data over the cloud than on their local devices. It would be interesting to note the strategy adopted by the service providers in case users wish to store excessive volumes of data. At the moment, Apple is providing free storage capacity of up to 5 GB to those who would sign up for free for their iCloud solution. So stay glued and look to gain more from the cutting edge solution of Apple’s iCloud on the go.

 

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