You probably use the cloud every day without realizing it.
If you've ever used browser-based email providers like Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail to access to your important correspondence, you've already used the cloud. All of the emails in a web-based service are stored on servers rather than on your computer's hard drive. This means yo can access your emails from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.
At its heart, cloud computing involves using the power of the internet to outsource tasks you might traditionally perform on a personal computer – anything from handling simple storage to complex development and processing – to a vast and powerful remote network of interconnected machines.
Amaryllo Cloud provides space on its remote secure servers which users can accessed from the cloud (or the internet). The data is managed, maintained and backed up remotely. Simply put, the Amaryllo Cloud is the Internet—more specifically, it's all of the things you can access remotely over the Internet. When your data is stored on Amaryllo Cloud, it means it's stored on Internet servers instead of your computer's hard drive.
Amaryllo Cloud supports multiple file types of all sizes, so you can easily upload all your important content such as documents, videos, photos, music, movies and more. Once you sign up for Amaryllo Cloud storage and upload your files, you can sync it with your Smartphone, tablet or other mobile devices for easy access while on the go.
The most fascinating feature of Amaryllo Cloud storage is that you can upload your files or download them from anywhere across the world even without carrying your laptop. You just need internet access and any mobile device on which you need to download the application of your service provider. Then, simply login to your account and upload or download the files.