How to access my data in cloud without internet

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I am a master student in university in turkey, my thesis is about cloud computing, my proof want to be the challenge of my thesis (how to access my data in the cloud when the internet isn’t available for example  for a full day). There are a small number of proofs in my university and they are all fill, I difficulty find a proof to become my supervisor. I will be thankful if you advise me about any websites, resources, articles that can help me in my thesis. Please help me.


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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    You can't access it without connectivity unless you are mirroring it in your local environment.
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  • ToddN2000
    Not possible without an internet connection if it is truly a cloud based storage system. If you have a hybrid system you might be able to.
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  • fatensalman77
    Dear Mr Jaideep, what you mean about mirroring it in your local environment? Do you have any article or website about more information about this please?
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  • fatensalman77
    Dear Mr ToddN2000 what you mean about mirroring it in your local environment? Do you have any article, research or web site about more information about this please?
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  • JustinWilson07
    Now that's a bit tricky and I do not think this is even possible. You will need to be connected to the internet.
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  • ToddN2000
    Mirroring data means the data is kept in sync when updates are done. Think of it like a remote back up location for your data to be used in a disaster recovery situation.

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