Cloud Enterprise Content Management: Syncplicity

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Cloud Enterprise Content Management: Syncplicity Though online content management and sharing does not necessarily equals to cloud computing, it can be implemented without cloud computing, yet it is an integral feature of IaaS. A lot of users and companies are now using some sort of content management system in-house and are probably looking for a way to

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Google Wants To Keep Your Memos With Google Keep

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Google Wants to Keep Your Memos with Google Keep Google helps keep you organized, and jumps in to the burgeoning digital memo market with Google Keep, but they may be too late to the game, analysts say. Google recently released the new addition to its strong lineup of free and robust services. Google Keep makes use

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: CanvasDropr

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: CanvasDropr ….File Sharing The Visual Way, Software Compatibility the Smooth way-CanvasDropr The first thing that meets the eye in CanvasDropr’s blog is the lurid presentation of information. It is like the team from Denmark are indeed technically showing just how smooth their synchronization technology can get. They are masters,

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Happy Techsgiving! Top 7 Tech Gadgets I’m Thankful For In 2012

Happy Techsgiving! Top 7 Tech Gadgets I’m Thankful For In 2012 With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I decided to take a couple minutes to think about what tech gadgets I have been most thankful for in 2012. I’ve seen both consumers and corporate clients really begin to embrace a few technologies over the past

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The Cloud, Week In Review: November 9th, 2012

The Cloud, Week In Review: November 9th, 2012 The presidential elections and the aftermath of hurricane Sandy have turned the past week in one of the most significant weeks of this year. These events have had a significant influence on most of our lives and some of them have even influenced the existence of the

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The Day Hard-Drives Become Obsolete

The Day Hard-Drives Become Obsolete Not too long ago, the only way to store data for personal users was on the hard-drive of a computer. After that came the use of disks, thumb drives and external hard-drives. This was the way of life for most users for years – until cloud storage. Today, cloud storage

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How Cloud Computing Is Contributing To Space Exploration

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How Cloud Computing Is Contributing To Space Exploration “Space: the final frontier.” – The first line of the opening voiceover in Star Trek. After positively impacting businesses on terra firma, cloud computing is now spreading its influence to space. Even as the world celebrates the successful landing of the Mars Rover Curiosity on the Red Planet,

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Cloud Storage Has Turned Into A Throw Down Between Providers

Cloud Storage Has Turned Into A Throw Down Between Providers The cloud storage battleground has started to really pick up over the past few years. With more providers entering the marketplace and offering a variety of features (most of which are free), it is no wonder that cloud storage providers are conducting a throw down of their

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Indaba Music: A Cloud Based Music Network

Indaba Music: A Cloud Based Music Network In my last article, I discussed the remarkable benefits of using Dropbox to produce, record, and share musical ideas. As if that all wasn’t revolutionary enough, Indaba Music has developed a platform, much like that advanced by SoundCloud, that allows for real-time partnership between musicians from anywhere in the world. Uploading, comments, and

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Making Music In The Cloud

Making Music In The Cloud There was a time – and not all that long ago – when the only options for musicians to create together involved enclosed spaces, physical isolation from the world and, above all else, physical proximity to each other. This physical proximity is the subject of many a dramatic “Behind the

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Dropbox Leads The Way In Cloud Storage

Dropbox Leads the Way in Cloud Storage Most cloud service startups rely on newer and more appealing technology than the bigger guys. When a big IT corporation like Google releases its own cloud storage similar to that of a startup cloud service, those smaller cloud service providers tend to disappear in the dust. The industry,

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Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Games

Most cloud service startups rely on newer and more appealing technology than the bigger guys. The industry, however, has definitely changed. Dropbox, a startup cloud service provider, has been leading the way in cloud filesharing and has kept up with the big guys, including Google’s newest cloud service.  This infographic however shows a battle with another

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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

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The Dropbox Controversy

The Dropbox Controversy The two most popular cloud services in the market among mere mortals are Gmail/Google Docs and Dropbox. To many, these have become the Mecca of file sharing. However, questions and doubt always accompany popularity. For the last couple of years, Google has been subjected to a barrage of criticism. Google, as we

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