As a heatwave grips much of the US, requests for Cloud Services have spiked. According to Jan Johnson, one of Knoxville’s go-to tech gurus, “This is partially due to misinformation about what Cloud Services truly are, it’s one of those terms that is confusing to those with less technical savvy. However, if we can get enough folks to move processing power to the cloud and shut down local servers, we could eventually impact the local temperature, so this heatwave could turn into a major win for technology.”

One Knoxville resident that recently signed up for Cloud Services is clearly disappointed. “I’ve not seen any more rain than my business partner who is still working off his hard drive,” claims Jason Bailey, who just moved to an online office suite, “I feel like I’ve been duped.”