Cloud computing is a form of network computing which provides the possibility of on-demand services. Network computing refers to a set of computers or devices from different locations connected together to share resources. When this network is taken off-premises, that is, to the cloud, it becomes cloud computing.
A business may choose to implement network computing over cloud computing depending on their needs. However, the problem with network computing is that if one part of the software in the node fails to perform its work, other parts on other nodes may fail too.
While this problem can be mitigated if that component has a restore point on another node, problems can still crop up if the components rely on other parts of the software to accomplish one or more network computing tasks.
This problem can be mitigated by using cloud computing since all of the resources are internally replicated. The larger the portion of the company's workload that is cloud based...