“Cloud” and “SaaS” eCommerce refer to novel ways of conducting online shopping. It might sound trivial, but it is not as straightforward. Before the introduction of clouds, online shopping was conducted via on-premise storage, meaning that a company would buy a server with specific storage space, place it in their headquarters, and hope that it would a) be enough to support the business needs and b) not break down, nor need technical support. This server would host all the data, would be used to develop the website and the online shopping features and everything would be run by this one unit. However, with increased traffic the need for storage space increased as well, meaning that the on-premise storage options would not be sustainable, not only from a maintenance cost perspective, but also with regards to storage scalability and performance speed. Hence, other options needed to be developed, and data storage on a cloud was born. Cloud storage is a remote storage “facility”, run by a third-party provider, where online business owners can buy storage space and bandwidth, and sometimes data access. Besides being used for eCommerce, cloud platforms have found vast application in organizations handling large volume of data, such as universities and research facilities. Also, nowadays, everyone can get their own “little cloud” when signing up for a Google account.