Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Could Your Cable Company Become Your Next Cloud Gaming Provider?

Could Your Cable Company Become Your Next Cloud Gaming Provider?

Could Your Cable Company Become Your Next Cloud Gaming Provider? Come with me, if you will, back to the fall of 2012. Cloud-gaming giant, Onlive had made its spectacular implosion earlier in the year, leaving many industry professionals and end users alike wondering where cloud gaming would go from there. It was around this time

Cloud Infographic: Breaking Apps

Cloud Infographic: Breaking Apps

Cloud Infographic: Breaking Apps CopperEgg continues to blaze a trail through the sometimes dangerous landscape of cloud and IT, delivering its hallmark product to IT managers looking to increase hands-on control over the data and the systems that cover it, by making the upgrading and maintenance of efficiencies much easier. Data is king, and CopperEgg

10 Cloud-Based Music Apps

10 Cloud-Based Music Apps

10 Cloud-Based Music Apps  As we recently discussed on CloudTweaks, there is a debate around whether it is still necessary to save music files locally. The majority of both artists and consumers now exclusively use electronic means to engage with their media and, unsurprisingly, there are a wide range of cloud-based apps to cover every

Top Cloud Gaming Events Of 2014

Top Cloud Gaming Events Of 2014

Top Cloud Gaming Events of 2014 The cloud gaming industry has begun to grow at a meteoric rate over the past couple of years. The first indication of this impending growth was the announcement of Onlive at the 2009 GDC, wowing industry professionals in the thousands with their revolutionary gaming platform. This trend would continue,

Pinup: SkyKick Application Suite Simplifies The Migration To Office 365

Pinup: SkyKick Application Suite Simplifies The Migration To Office 365

Pinup: SkyKick Application Suite Simplifies The Migration To Office 365 Microsoft Office 365 allows customers to pay a subscription fee and rent out Microsoft’s popular and effective Office applications, including Outlook, Publisher, and Access, plus the addition of OneDrive for online storage. Business editions of Office 365 offer online access to 3 additional products: Exchange,