Outta The Cloud Difference

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What Sets "Outta The Cloud" Apart From Its Competitors

What sets Outta The Cloud apart is its benefits and the differences that include the following:  the owners of the backend master client and system decides what "Services" consumes the users local content residing on his/her local computing device. This is a major benefit as it allows the user to actually own their content, manage their own DRM or Digital Rights Management, and manage their own published content. The revenue streams for the owner of the Back-end Master Client are unlimited as the revenue comes from utility services, paid for by the users, as well asdownstream and upstream selling of services across an Enterprise or to a separate third party cross-domain social networking hub.  An example would be to a sister or parent company. All that is needed is to add them in the "Administration" section of the Back-end Master Client, and along with easy to understand configurations, all other internal and external clusters of user disk nodes are instantly clustered while keeping the user data retained to a certain group and private to the outside world.

The inventions were devised to be flexible whereas each functional code module and code-base is not only reusable across a cluster of nodes, or across a cluster of third party cross domain nodes that has a user base of "like" interested users. The utility services and its live streaming to a real time service task is visualized to be less complex, modular, easy-to-use and flexible.The maintenance costs alone would net an immediate ROI as the expenditure for third party offloads and third party services of an external data center is completely eliminated. The expense and maintenance of retaining a users data "in the cloud" is eliminated. The peace of mind with having a secure 99.7% solution whereas the users take back control of their own digital assets eliminates the headache of constant worry when everyone knows that the "cloud" is a dangerous place for retention of data, especially those that must meet legislation and compliance laws in the United States as international companies don't have to comply with the laws and regulation of the United States.