The Language of Cloud Computing
Technical language and terms can be daunting. I was recently fortunate enough to work with some brilliant students in the cloud computing industry. It’s an interesting area that continues to grow at an amazing pace. Although, I have to admit, many of the technical details still baffle me. Most of us probably use cloud computing to back up photos or files in places like iPhoto or Dropbox. We are pretty good at using these services efficiently. Unfortunately, it seems like every time I learn some new element of the business, some other new things come to light. Either that or the company changes the interface or functionality.
Many of the deeper layers of the cloud will remain a mystery I’m sure. But that’s why I was so interested in this illustration project. It was a chance to learn a little new language while doing my doodles. The project involved a series of illustrations for Tech Target that illustrate seven cloud computing security risks that will ruin your day!
Check out the full series of illustrations by clicking here.
When you do, you might just learn a bit about the cloud and security. Personally, I find my interaction with cloud computing pretty satisfactory. I don’t feel the need to go much deeper. The way I engage is uncomplicated which is how I like it. That being said, I’m sure everyone can benefit from being better informed.
If you have advanced English students interested or working in the tech industry, these illustrations might be helpful!