More and more people buy smartphones and enslaved them in their daily lives for all, both professional and leisure activities. Much of this revolves around intensive mobile applications. The more applications are used, the data on their phones consume more space and resources needed to store the information. The company claims these services and the cloud is best suited to manage and distribute frame. However, cloud computing has great potential, presents new challenges and risks for those trying to find an answer.
More than a billion smartphones will be sold in 2015, according to an estimate from general research on market. This year, the market for mobile applications based on the cloud has increased by 90% compared to 2009. In 2016, analysts predict that there will be 10 billion connected devices in the use of phones worldwide, and smartphone traffic will be 50 times what it is today.
Currently we have different mobile operating systems on the market, with Android (Google) and iOS (Apple) the most widespread. For both applications, some of the best known used by the vast majority of Internet users are storage are developed every day: Flickr, Picasa, Pinterest, Youtube, Vimeo, ivoox, Goear, Soundcloud, 4shared, etc.
Also noteworthy, massive storage services like Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, Skydrive, eNlight Cloud offer space to manage our files.
With increasing use of mobile cloud applications, IT managers must find answers to issues related to network security. In the cloud, the number of agents increases with access to all information and legal framework in which they operate is diffuse.
The cloud is that Internet space where all kinds of data, a set of resources are provided by an outside vendor and are supported and are shared across the network they are stored.
This model allows to provide technology products and services to both consumers and businesses via the Internet and in real time.