Investigating the Future of Mobile Cloud Computing
Keywords:Mobile computing, Cloud storage, Mobile cloud security, Dropbox
AbstractMobile cloud computing is the concept that combines many fields of computing. The foundation of this computing is the need of the delivery of services, software over the internet to reduce cost, increasing storage capacity. However, the existing works were surveyed in this mobile platform. Definition by providing an overview of the particular models of mobile cloud applications were given, as much as highlighting the research challenges in this area including mobile cloud computing security. The recommendations of mobile cloud computing to understanding betterhow cloud computing can help building more powerful applications.
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