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Cloud computing & disadvantages of technology


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Disadvantages Of Technology
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Cloud computing & disadvantages of technology

  3. 3. High Availability (24*7)  High availability refers to the availability continuously operational system for a longer period of time.  Of course, high availability means greater number of customers and potential business deals for the organization.  High Availability Cloud Servers provide a distinct advantage over traditional shared or dedicated server hosting by eliminating single points of failure which in turn increases your overall uptime
  4. 4. High Availability (cont…) There are lot of benefits of highly available cloud Servers:  You receive guaranteed Cloud Hosting resources such as CPU, memory and network bandwidth.  Cloud Servers are EASY to upgrade when needed and are scalable to meet your needs as your business grows.  Improve overall speed and load times of your websites which is increasingly important for good ranking with Google and other search engines.
  5. 5. Inexpensive  The use of a cloud system removes the need for the potentially large capital and operating costs associated with purchasing or leasing such software and hardware.  So organizations can reduce their cost by having the cloud computing service and also organization can concentrate more to expand their business rather than concentrating on Software and hardware updates.  You do not need a high-powered and high-priced computer to run cloud computing's web-based applications.
  6. 6. Inexpensive (cont…)  Cloud computing allows you and your employees easy access to applications and data from different computers and devices.  You no longer have to buy software  Cloud computing lets you start up or grow your small business quickly.  A cloud computing application may make integration easier.
  7. 7. Cloud Backup  Cloud backup, or cloud computer backup, refers to backing up data to a remote, cloud-based server. As a form of cloud storage.  Store Data On Internet using Storage Service provider.  User can access data by a secure Client Login Application.
  8. 8. Cloud Backup (Cont...)  To update or restore a cloud backup, customers need to use the service provider's specific client application or a Web browser interface.  Cloud Backup provides some essential features to Enterprises to make sure the safety of their data.  Cloud backup may also be referred to as online backup or online storage.
  9. 9. Less Maintenance Require  The modification of a software product after delivery to correct faults, to improve performance or other attributes.  Maintenance of cloud computing applications is easier because they do not need to be installed on each user's computer and can be accessed from different places
  10. 10. Less Maintenance Require (Cont…) Driven by 2 factors:  Less hardware and outsourced  shared IT staff.
  11. 11. Scalability and Speed  Enterprises no longer have to invest time in buying and setting up the hardware, software and other resources necessary for a new application. They can quickly scale up or scale down their usage of services on the Cloud as per market demands, during hours of maximum activity, while launching sales campaigns, etc.  Cloud services are most usually reliable, since many service providers have data centers in multiple locations for keeping the processing near users, reduce spending on technology infrastructure. Maintain easy access to your information with minimal upfront spending.
  12. 12. No Expertise Require  Cloud Computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet.  Users need not have knowledge of, expertise in, or control over the technology infrastructure in the "cloud" that supports them.  Many Cloud Computing offerings have adopted the utility computing model, which is analogous to how traditional utilities like electricity are consumed, while others are billed on a subscription basis.
  13. 13. Redundancy  Adding cloud capability to your architecture allows improved scalability and provides increased stability and security by providing the infrastructure to accommodate even very large spikes in demand or other sudden increases in bandwidth requirements.  If your enterprise is located in a major city right on the internet backbone, odds are that this isn’t true of all of your customers and field offices, and in any event any of you can be affected by traffic rerouted around an outage. At such times the value of redundant server locations quickly becomes apparent.
  14. 14. Redundancy (cont…)  Your Enterprise Needs Redundant Server Locations: Customers today expect web servers to remain online and are not necessarily sympathetic even when the outage is due to the type of malicious targeting that result in a denial of service attack.
  15. 15. Pay as You go (Pay on Demand)  Pay as you go  Just pay and get the required computing power.  Easy upgrade  Cloud computing also provide flexibility to upgrade the system at lower cost.
  16. 16. Pay as You go (cont…)  More computing power at lower costs  The cost to get the required computing power is less then actual implementing physical system  Provide different packages  Companies provide server type of packages  Client level packages  For small or new organizations  For medium size organizations  For large organizations
  18. 18. Generation Gap  Generation gap, which is defined as differences of opinions, tastes, beliefs, and other social and cultural norms that exist between older and younger age groups , has occurred among grandparents, parents and their children so far. Two major changes have created a catalytic effect on generation gap:  Social media: Your kids are attached to their smart phones or tablets or laptops because they use social media tools. Internet offers them a new world, literally.
  19. 19. Generation Gap (cont...)  Implementing technology into education: To make things worse, the educational system is changing in a way you can’t follow. This means everything; your kids’ learning style, type of assignments, evaluation systems are all changing.  when you go into your 12-year-old daughter’s room and see that she is chatting with a stranger in the Facebook, you warn her but you might hear her saying “You don’t even know how to open a Google Doc. You don’t understand this stuff.”
  20. 20. Emotional and Mental Issues  Internet is an electronic drug.  Interactions with people in the physical world is clearly vast  We find ourselves finely replacing electronic relationships for physical ones.  Mistaking our electronic relationships for physical ones.
  21. 21. Emotional and Mental Issues (cont…)  Absence of connection causes isolation.  We write things like "LOL" and "LMOA" to describe our laughter, but they're no real substitute for hearing people laugh.  Electronic media transmit emotion so poorly compared to in-person interaction  More than one relations for marriages.
  22. 22. Health Issues  Hearing loss from headphones.  Sitting in front of computer for a long time may cause shoulder, hand, Neck and Backbone Problems.  Heavy thumb use could lead to painful swelling of the sheath around the tendons in the thumb.  Eye Sight Problems.  Acne caused by cell phones.
  23. 23. Health Issues (cont…)  The artificial light from screens can suppress the release of melatonin, which helps us sleep.  Cell phones and car accidents.  No Sports and Other Social Activities. That may cause of unnecessary Fats.  Research shows the longer you sit, the greater the likelihood you’ll die at a younger age.
  24. 24. Wastage of Time And Money  Technology helps us a lot in saving our time and money.  But on other hand It also wastes our precious time and money.  Time wastage on social networking sites, chatting on mobile phones and playing games  Money wastage on night packages, internet clubs, buying expensive Mobiles to change life style
  25. 25. Wastage of Time And Money (cont…) Such activities results in:  bad habits  Laziness  Poor performance  mental issues (e.g. mind stress)and  physical health issues (due to bad habits)
  26. 26. Increase In Cyber Crimes  The Internet has radically changed the way we communicate.  We can now interrelate with people across the world we may never meet in person.  In all countries around the globe where social networking has made life easy, it has also affected the lives of millions.  Cybercrime is the one of the biggest threats all over the world.
  27. 27. Increase In Cyber Crimes (cont…)  Fake accounts of Facebook are one of the biggest cybercrimes in the social networking world. Facebook and other social networking websites along with blackmailing can be a threat to a person’s life sometimes.  Another serious cyber crime includes fraudulent emails, e.g. sometimes we receive emails regarding jack points.  Pakistan is one of those countries of Asia where the usage of latest technology, the Internet and social networking is constantly increasing, and hence affecting hundreds of teenage girls and women
  28. 28. Isolation (Imaginary Relation)  Social isolation is characterized by a lack of contact with other people in normal daily living.  We isolate ourselves by walking around in our own little world, listening to our iPods or staring at the screen of the latest mobile device even when we are with our friends and family members.
  29. 29. Lack of Physical Activities  Make the man idle  Technology makes our life so much easier that we use bike to go to shop which is at some minutes walk .  No physical games and Exercise  We play no physical games like football, table tennis, badminton etc.  No exercise like jogging, gym  Internet and computer are cause of wastage of time
  30. 30. Lack of Physical Activities (cont…)  New technologies are causing us to be less physically active and gain weight because calorie intake.
  31. 31. Lack of cultural and moral values  The invasion of modern technologies in our lives has caused us the loss of moral and cultural values; internet is one of those technologies due to which we have lost our values.  The Internet advocates the Western lifestyle and portrays it as superior to any other lifestyle. It also depicts life in the West as that of unrestrained freedom and unlimited possibilities, without presenting all sides of this perspective.
  32. 32. Lack of cultural and moral values (cont…)  The Internet presents cultures other than those of the English language as lacking in the basic freedoms of the West. This can make people believe that life outside of the Western hemisphere is devoid of value and meaning.  Because of the widespread availability of information, people become unappreciative of the things they have and desire more and more.  The Internet has the potential to corrupt people's minds, change their moral perspectives and ethical values.  Paul Walker’s death……….