Learn what cloud computing is and what it can do for your business. Explore a variety of cloud services—from G Suite to Office 365—and techniques to migrate to the cloud.
- [David] Increasingly, we continue to be inundated by information about the importance of the Cloud and Cloud technologies. Microsoft, Google and Amazon all offer varieties of Cloud services but the list goes on and on. Cloud computing is everywhere, but not everyone knows exactly what it is. Hi, I'm David Rivers, and welcome to this first look at Cloud computing. I've been using the Cloud and teaching people about it since its inception. I've designed this course to give you a foundational understanding of what the Cloud really is and tell you about some of the technologies that are available to you in the Cloud.
This course should also help you to decide if any of the Cloud is right for you, and perhaps, your business. If you find it is, you'll also pick up some useful tips for making a seamless move to the Cloud.
- Cloud components and infrastructure
- Cloud computing benefits
- Cloud security
- Cloud storage considerations
- Working with Google G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, iCloud, and more
- Using collaboration tools: Microsoft Teams, Dropbox, and more
- Migrating to the cloud
- Monitoring the performance of your cloud services
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Evaluate Cloud Computing for Business
3. Cloud Storage
About storage providers2m 1s
4. Cloud Tools and Services
5. Cloud Tools for Teams
6. Migrate to the Cloud
7. Evaluate Cloud Performance
Next steps1m 2s
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