What are cloud services?

Cloud services allow users to access and utilize IT resources over the Internet rather than having the same resources on board or
attached to their local computer system or network. These resources can include practically any facet of information technology,
from storage systems to servers (physical and virtual) and even applications. Multiple cloud services can be integrated to create
robust computing solutions that require end users to have little more than a web-connected computer
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