Posted on: 22 February 2016

One of the reasons that cloud computing is considered difficult to understand is because like most technological trends, it covers a number of meanings and differing services and it also comes with its own set of vocabulary.

With help from Tom Rigg, the Head of Networking at B4RN, we’ve broken down some of the most common cloud computing terms that you and your small business need to know about.

B4RN (Broadband for Rural North Ltd) is a professionally designed fibre optic broadband network provider specialising in bringing high speed broadband to rural areas of Lancashire and the North West. 

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