Corporate IT Jargon
Cloud computing is often confused with corporate IT jargon. Rarely is cloud computing sold as a family tool, product, or service. Naturally, you could blame it on the marketing people. Also, people’s lack of information on this topic can also be a reason for this statistic. Very few people imagine cloud computing can be used at home, with the same efficiency you would use it in their business.
1. Making copies of important documents
Sometimes, keeping relevant documents at home can be a challenge. You may have no idea where to store private and sensitive documents for an easy, but safe access. Instead of keeping your documents, such as your contacts’ list, on the fridge door, you can try storing them on the cloud. You will then be able to access them whenever you require.
2. Creating an updated family to-do list
The relevance of a to-do list cannot be ignored when you are trying to manage the activities in your life. You can make a calendar for family activities and chores and share it with all your family members using a simple cloud platform, such as Google Docs. This will allow all of you to participate in the activity planning and update the to-do list in real time.
3. Planning family vacations
Planning a vacation is a critical task every family has to deal with. In most cases, you do it online, because it’s the best approach, whether you are planning an adventure trip abroad or just looking for the best deal for an airplane ticket. Possibly, when you are doing this, you need other people’s help. All the research, trip and cost updates can be delivered right to you, when you need them. Cloud solutions can help you do this with ease.
4. Creating digital record keepers
When it comes to records, committing to memory is never the best option. That can be lost anywhere. However, if you consider digitally storing all the information you need, you are making a better choice. Whether you are looking for an old TV classic or some elementary school reports, the cloud is an efficient way to hold on to them, for longer.
Overall, there are so many ways cloud computing can help you at home. First, determine what you need to do and then research an appropriate cloud computing technique or tool to help you apply it.
By Walter Bailey
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