A cloud computing system in which data is kept on the Internet and maintained and operated by a cloud computing provider is known as cloud storage. It's on-demand, with just-in-time capacity and expenses, and it saves you money by allowing you to avoid purchasing and managing your own data storage infrastructure. You receive agility, global scale, and durability with "anytime, anywhere" data access.
Cloud storage allows businesses to store data on remote servers that can be accessed via the Internet. These remote servers are maintained, run, and managed by cloud storage service providers. Virtual data storage, often known as cloud storage, is a sort of virtual data storage. The data saved in the cloud is accessible via the internet.