• Cloud computing is inconceivable on the off chance that the user is not able to log in to the Internet.
• Because the Internet is utilized by the user to associate with both their applications and records, on the off chance that their Internet connectivity is impaired, all of access to their personal information is blocked.
• An Internet connection that is not online implies reduced or in some cases, no productivity and in ranges where Internet associations are few or inalienably questionable, this could be a major issue.
2.5.2 Users need an Internet with high speed:
• In areas where Internet connection is heavily limited and places such as Australia where a good internet connection can be really expensive, cloud computing is nearly impossible to set up.
• The transfer of data to and from the cloud servers can take up a lot of bandwidth and if the user is subscribed to an Internet connection that has a data cap, then they are limited to utilizing the cloud services to their maximum potential.
2.5.3 Cloud-based softwares might have limited features:
• The softwares that are currently available over the cloud have limited capabilities in comparison to the softwares that can be worked offline.
• This is to save bandwidth and increase performance.
• Example, Google Docs offers a variety of features for a user to create and edit their documents online but Microsoft Word offers way more features to cater to every needs of the user.
2.5.4 Privacy Concerns:
• Even though the cloud storage companies guarantee the safety and complete privacy of the user’s data, it’s still susceptible to a lot of tampering.
• The data can be accessed or previewed by the means of eavesdropping or hacking.