If you own a Macbook or any other device by Apple Inc, then you probably have heard of cloud computing, through their iCloud software. Technology everywhere is slowly beginning to accept cloud computing, the delivery of shared resources, software and information through computers and other devices as a utility over the Internet. Users are able to access cloud based applications through a web browser or app while their data is held on servers in a remote location. The goal of cloud computing is to give the same or better service and performance versus client software programs installed directly on computers. It allows for faster applications, less maintenance and easier manageability. Like a lot of things, cloud computing isn’t for everyone. So how do you know if it’s the right application for you? Here we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing to help you decide!