Using the network of remote servers to store, manage and process data with access to a huge amount of data provided through the Internet (the cloud) has become the lifeline of modern businesses. Programs, applications and other services hosted in the cloud frees companies from the task and expense of building and maintaining physical infrastructure on premises. Customized infrastructure, storage, and networking configurations are used by small and medium-sized businesses with fluctuating computing requirements while public clouds are typically based on shared hardware, offering data and services on-demand usually through “pay-as-you-go” models that eliminate maintenance costs for enterprises. Hybrid clouds combine aspects of both private and public clouds. We are listing 10 facts about cloud computing that will add to your knowledge of this revolutionary technology.