Category Archives: Social Networks

Social Networks

Cloud Infographic: Social Gaming Statistics & Trends

Cloud Infographic: Social Gaming Statistics & Trends

Cloud Infographic: Social Gaming Statistics & Trends With the continued growth of social games and the volume of new Facebook users growing, it is time that marketers update engagement strategies to leverage the power of social gaming. Learn more in this best practices guide: called “How Brands Should Use Social Gaming” and how to drive higher engagement

Implications Of The Cloud In The Classroom

Implications Of The Cloud In The Classroom

Implications Of The Cloud In The Classroom Cloud computing has been exciting people with its implications and opportunities especially so over the past several years, as more and more of the public have been exposed to the potential of this technology. While many people’s first experiences with cloud computing have revolved primarily around the digital

Move Over Brick And Mortar, Education-As-A-Service Is Taking Over

Move Over Brick And Mortar, Education-As-A-Service Is Taking Over

Move Over Brick and Mortar, Education-As-A-Service Is Taking Over As Bob Dylan once said, “the times they are a-changin’.” Its a verse that sticks like glue in the back of my mind when I reflect on the technology landscape today. Just a few years ago, data analytics services were few and far between and cloud

Does Cloud Computing Mean The End Of Traditional Storage Networks?

Does Cloud Computing mean the End of Traditional Storage Networks? Technically Yes! With cloud’s scalability options attracting SMBs and large businesses towards it and cloud becoming secure with each passing day; we are near to say goodbye to the traditional ways we used to store our data over the network. Though networking is quite difficult

Two Mega Cloud Conferences: What Google I/O And GigaOM Pro Each Had To Offer

Two Mega Cloud Conferences: What Google I/O and GigaOM Pro each had to Offer The cloud has finally settled after the weekend’s dual momentous occasions. Google I/O, the yearly gathering of tech heads on the West Coast of the US is finally over, with lauding and misgivings, alike. On the fringes was also a cloud