Cloud computing is quickly becoming the norm, replacing traditional methods of data storage, where data would be accessible through expensive hardware and networking equipment which would be located in a data centre or the business’s office. Cloud computing doesn’t require on-site servers, as all data and processes are stored and executed in the cloud (the internet). By operating in the cloud, generally, you just need an Internet connection and an Internet-ready device (with a web browsing facility) to access your data and execute programs.