Cloud computing is not something you do. It's a concept in which all your computing needs are in the cloud (or the World Wide Web, the Internet, you get the point).
Essentially, they are alternatives to applications on your PC/Mac.
For example, their are many media editors such as:
Splashup (Photoshop alternative):
Aviary (audio/photo editor and more):
ScreenToaster (free online screen casting tool):
Ajax Animator (Adobe Flash Alternative):
JayCut (Video Editor):
There are also web OS's such as:
Online Operating System:
From these OS's you can do many things such as upload files, word processing etc.
There are some productivity tools online as well:
Google Docs (basic word processing, spreadsheets, and slideshow presentations):
ZoHo (a wide variety of tools including word processing, spreadsheets, and slideshow presentations as well as many business tools such as calendars, organizers, etc.)
Cloud Computing is a fast-growing concept and can be very useful since almost everyone has access to the Internet!
And yes, you can do cloud computing from home.
· 10 years ago