Author Archives: Catherine

SoundCloud, But Better

SoundCloud, But Better SoundCloud has announced a redesign. The social sound platform’s new design will be available immediately but only through via private beta invites. Ho hum. It will go out to everyone else in the coming months. SoundCloud launched in 2008 and wants to make sharing sound as easy as sharing photos and videos…

Selecting The Right Cloud Service – Which Cloud?

Selecting The Right Cloud Service – Which Cloud? So you have decided to go with cloud computing, now what? Now you have to choose a cloud service. Price will probably be the first thing on your mind. It is hard to price cloud computing services. The price changes with the amount of RAM, storage, CPU…

Microsoft Office In A Cloud

Microsoft Office In A Cloud Everyone from students to screenwriters use Microsoft Office. It is probably the only thing that both Apple and PC users can both love and not argue over. Last Monday, Microsoft announced Office 13. Microsoft has already began to boast about the features in the new edition of their money-spinner and…

ScreenerONE: The Latest Cloud For Film

ScreenerONE: The Latest Cloud For Film Film, like every other business, has to constantly adapt or die. Filmmakers are constantly on the lookout for the latest technology to make things cheaper and easier. Last week I wrote about Ultraviolet and this week it’s Arvato’s platform for cloud computing: ScreenerONE Arvato, one of the world’s biggest…

The Adobe Creative Cloud: Designing In The Cloud

The Adobe Creative Cloud: Designing In The Cloud Adobe is a brand name on the internet. We pretty much all use it. Trusted the world over for it’s design and publishing tools. What is less known is Adobe’s digital hub: Adobe Creative Cloud. Adobe Creative Cloud allows connectivity with Adobe Touch Apps. Creative Cloud enables…

Is Ultraviolet What The Film Industry Needs?

Is Ultraviolet What The Film Industry Needs?

Is Ultraviolet What The Film Industry Needs? It could be argued that the film industry is built on hope. Movies are a fantasy and millions of actors head to LA in the hope of movie stardom. Now the film industry itself has a hope: the hope of getting it’s consumers to buy films again, and…