Cloud-based Content
(Cloud-based Media) - In cloud computing, software and data is stored on the Internet, rather than locally on a PC. It can be accessed by devices such as mobile phones, PCs, televisions and tablet PCs. The “cloud” in cloud computing is the hardware, networks, storage, interfaces and services that combine to deliver the computing. Cloud-based user experiences utilize devices to access cloud-based content, software and services. This may remind you of yesteryear's diskless network computer, an idea Oracle in particular was championing.

Cloud-based services provide content, backup, data protection solutions, storage and more.

Cloud-based datacenters typically are cheaper to operate than their competition. Content can be stored and accessed as it is in competing content storage solutions and often without significant structural changes.

Google TV is one of many cloud-based content solutions.