Time
1 hour 44 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:02
hi and welcome to lessen 3.1 off the End User Cyber Fundamentals course.
00:09
This lesson will be focused on public cloud storage.
00:16
In this lesson, you will learn
00:19
what public cloud storage is,
00:23
what it is used for.
00:25
Examples of public cloud storage
00:29
and how to access public cloud storage.
00:36
Public cloud storage allows individual users and businesses to store digital data in an off site third party facility, which is accessible via the Internet.
00:49
In this cloud model, the infrastructure and virtualized servers are shared by other customers.
00:57
The cloud provider is responsible for servers associated infrastructure
01:03
the security of your data, and they are also responsible to ensure your data is available when you need it.
01:14
What is public cloud storage used for
01:18
public cloud storage is generally used for file sharing,
01:22
collaboration and business application storage.
01:26
You can store videos, files, documents, images,
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contacts, financials, databases and archives data.
01:37
Cloud storage may be free or subscription based depending on the company and storage capacity.
01:47
Some popular public cloud service providers are,
01:51
and it's on
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Diegel,
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IBM
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or Microsoft Dropbox and one drive.
02:05
How can you access your public cloud storage?
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You can usually access your cloud storage from your smartphone
02:13
computers and tablets
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from your computer, you can navigate to the storage providers website and log in.
02:22
Once logged in, you will see and have access to all your files
02:28
on your smartphone and tablet. You can download the public cloud storage app from the APP store or Google Store
02:37
on your desktop. You can even install local software, which will sink your files from your desktop to your cloud storage and vice versa.
02:51
In this lesson, we discussed
02:53
what public cloud storage is, what it is used for and how you can access it.
03:00
We also reviewed some examples of public cloud storage providers.
03:07
Thank you, and I will see you in the next lesson.

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End User Cyber Fundamentals

This End User Cyber Fundamentals course covers Internet risks such as typosquatting, website spoofing, drive-by downloads, Malvertising, and how to protect yourself using security best practices.

Instructed By

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Lisa Martino
Director, Information Security Governance, Risk & Compliance
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