The Cloud Aggregators Are Coming!

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The Cloud Aggregators Are Coming! When we started to think about cloud aggregation at Hojoki back in 2010, cloud apps had been around for some time but were not the de facto standard in many teams like we see today. Lots of people would still search for “scrum tool download” or something similar to find

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Cloud Apps of the Week: PocketCloud

Cloud Apps of the Week On the lookout for the latest cloud applications worth your download? Here’s an impressive trio that will scintillate for couch potatoes on the go, literature obsessives, and the Facebook frustrated. What if you could TiVo your desktop via your mobile phone? PocketCloud from Wyse empowers its users to accomplish just

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Cloud Apps Of The Week: FitDay

Fit Day

Cloud Apps of the Week From getting fit to finding your phone, this week’s apps are sure to prove of great use to cloud lovers throughout 2012. Take a look. Critical to dropping pounds and keeping them off is maintaining a detailed account of every single calorie. Cloud application FitDay makes such meticulous nutrition a

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Battle of the Document Cloud Apps: Google Docs, Apple iWorks…Which One Truly Reigns?

iwork

Battle of the Document Cloud Apps: Google Docs, Apple iWorks…Which One Truly Reigns? Throughout the 1990s, 2000s, and today, Microsoft Word has served as the final word in applications designed to maximize the efficiency and output of both businesses and individual computer users regarding their documents. Attempts to unseat its status as the number-one program

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Cloud Apps of the Week: Kindle Cloud Reader

Cloud Apps of the Week: Kindle Cloud Reader “Bright” Days Ahead for Cloud App Developers Brightcove may just have fashioned the best app for aspiring app developers themselves. Rooted in HTML5, Brightcove’s App Cloud targets publishers interested in constructing native applications for smartphones while simultaneously ensuring that such apps are easily accessible by mobile device.

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Cloud Apps of the Week: Spoon…

Cloud Apps of the Week Major cloud gaming platform OnLive is stretching out of its interactive video background and into competitive pool of applications designed for the iPad. Its freshly released app, entitled OnLive Desktop, will enable users to use their laptops’ system of Windows 7 directly on their tablet screen. In short, the entire

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Cloud Apps of the Week: Google Music

Cloud Apps of the Week The New York Times has proclaimed Google Music as one of the best cloud applications released for Android phone devices last year. That the music service is offered free of charge helps explain its selection, and also locates Google Music right at home among the other applications in the Google

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Cloud Apps of the Week

Cloud Apps of the Week You’ve successfully rung in 2012, but if you’re in the United States — particularly on the East Coast — a nasty cold spell has put an abrupt end to the celebration. Thankfully, three new applications should warm your spirits once more, with their clever grasp on how the cloud can

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Cloud Apps of the Week: What You’ll Want for the New Year

Animoto

Cloud Apps of the Week: What You’ll Want for the New Year As we close out 2011, here’s some information on a few last-minute applications that are sure to improve how you experience twenty twelve. Animoto Every season of winter holidays provides an avalanche of fodder that only an attractive video can capture best. But

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Cloud Apps of the Week: From College to Cancer Cures

Matchbox

Cloud Apps of the Week: From College to Cancer Cures Matchbox An erstwhile venture capitalist and experienced college admissions officer in might have just revolutionized the pursuit of higher education, via the cloud. As a staff member of the MIT Sloan School of Management’s admissions team, Stephen Marcus experienced firsthand the vexing process of reviewing

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Cloud Printing: Is it more than just a fad?

Cloud Printing: Is it more than just a fad? Initial Intentions Back before cloud printing actually had solutions up and running it was thought that cloud printing could be used just for the really important absolutely-must-be-printed documents. These cloud printers would be placed at convenient locations and connected to the Internet so that people could

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Watch Out, Tinseltown: Cloud Computing and the Democratization of Video

Watch Out, Tinseltown: Cloud Computing and the Democratization of Video The film industry can basically be illustrated as a tower of blocks that repeatedly topples. First, “talkies” decimated the then status quo of silent films. Then the Coppolas and DePalmas of the Seventies-era “New Hollywood” stormed down the barriers of the antiquated studio system. Next,

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