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ICSES Interdisciplinary Transactions on Cloud Computing, IoT, and Big Data
Vol. 2, No. 1, Mar. 2018
Cloud Precept: Storage, Backup, and Synchronization | Short Letter
a University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.
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In excess of the processing and storage technologies rapid development and the accomplishment of the Internet, computing resources have become low-priced, more powerful and more obtainable in advance. There is a time when you are shopping for a cloud storage service for your files; you will certainly start by considering what you plan to store and how you need to access it. Along with that, settling on how important it is to keep that information secure. All of these services the most important feature of thinking is how easy it is to get your data again. With synchronization and share services, retrieving a lot of data, can be cumbersome and take a moment, especially if you are in the high-tier data. In general, synchronization and sharing services only allow customers to download files over the Internet. This paper argues the current state of the art in the merger of these standard precepts: Storage, Backup, Synchronization in terms through security and privacy.
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Heba Fadhil, "Cloud Precept: Storage, Backup, and Synchronization," ICSES Interdisciplinary Transactions on Cloud Computing, IoT, and Big Data (IITCIB), vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 1-3, Mar. 2018.
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