My question is this: Even with the cloud Computing, it will still produce normal computers and high performance? Although we can use computers as we know it? (DESKTOPS / NOTEBOOKS) or parts storage and processing site (Hds, VGAs, etc ...)? Or the cloud will stop everything and make only terminals cloud? If yes, how much longer we will have to use desktops / notebooks? * because my doubt is, that in about 10-15 years, although there will be desktop as we know it today and notebboks for commerce/Manufacturing ... Let me explain, I'm an enthusiast / Case-moderm. Love to ride my own machines, I love to modify each piece to get to my taste (visual) and I'm having doubts about this cloud replace PCs ..
My thoughts, people who like to be in more control of thier own data will use personal cloud storage. You can buy 3tb HD that connects to your network so you can access everything on it from your TV, computer, phone, laptop, work... you name it.
Don't rely on a company to cloud your info. Do it yourself.
I am currently working on a set-up so i can have all my music and movies accessable on every device in the house and on my phone which connects to my car via bluetooth.
But to answer the question i think everyone will be doing some sort of cloud storage, people not worried about thier security will use cloud companies. People who are a little more protective will just set up thier own devices.
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