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  • Americans don't know they're using the cloud
  • Americans don't know they're using the cloud
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Americans don't know they're using the cloud

From Google Drive to Dropbox, there's a wide range of services that will store your precious data on an online server. The 'cloud’ has become a buzzword for these types of services, and it’s making people confused, as a third of Americans are using it without even realising.

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