Does Anybody Know What Cloud Computing Is? Does It Prove That There Are Computers in Heaven?

Question by Yodelling Encourages Celibacy: Does anybody know what Cloud Computing is? Does it prove that there are computers in Heaven?
Take that athiests.

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Answer by Haven
I hear they have crappy Internet connection in heaven, though.

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  1. Bob Moron says:

    Wtf. Its hipothetically and reallity wise impossible absoulutly impossalbe to connect with computers in heaven I feel like a retard just say connect with computers I’m heaven.

  2. Nancy Liu says:

    Cloud Computing combines computing, virtualization, clustering in the distributed environment to provide mobility and collaboration. Cloud represents the large Internet network rather than being concerned about what is on the cloud the only concern is sending data and receiving data. Cloud computing involves building an application using the resource from multiple services potentially from multiple locations, it is also virtual servers over Internet. Cloud computing three main segments are: “applications,” “platforms,” and “infrastructure.” Each segment serves a different purpose and offers different products for businesses and individuals around the world.

    Resources available in the cloud can be accessed by you dynamically to perform functions to fulfill your needs from an access point that user need to know and is called SaaS (Software As A Service). Could computing is available as subscription-based or pay-per-use service it is application available on demand.

    Cloud computing increase capacity or add capabilities on the fly without investing in new infrastructure, training new personnel, or licensing new software.

    Just search in Google and you will lots of relevant information.