Cloud-Based Services

Cloud-based services refer to software or other applications that are entirely hosted and managed in a remote location. For example, Yahoo! mail and other Web-based email services were early cloud services, while cloud-based word processesors, CRMs and data storage arrived later in the Web technology evolution.

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