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SemYOU: Your Office In The Cloud

SemYOU: Your Office In The Cloud In the increasingly crowded world of SaaS applications for the office, we have a new entrant. The Los Angeles-based semYOU claims to make the experience even better and simpler. “In less than three minutes, a business can make the whole software infrastructure of semYou available for individual users, teams,

Cloud Business 101: Storing The Data

Cloud Business 101: Storing The Data You’re new to CloudTweaks — to cloud computing, for that matter — and you want a quick, simple way into the tech trend right now. Well you’ve got it, cloud-curious businessperson. Here’s a primer on how the cloud benefits businesses new and old, small and large. Cloud computing launches

Cloud Storage: Comparing Box and Egnytes

Cloud Storage: Comparing Box and Egnytes

Cloud Storage: Comparing Box and Egnytes Cloud storage is a model of networked storage utilizing the wide reach of the internet to bring storage services to virtually anyone who has an internet connection. This type of online storage stores data in virtualized pools usually hosted by third party providers. Storage hosting companies operate large and

Major Discrepancies In The Current Cloud Computing Setup

Major Discrepancies In The Current Cloud Computing Setup Our perception of how to store data has changed. Hardware is diverging and consumers are constantly striving for multiple access points per user. This calls for a cloud to be set up where the same data can be edited, stored and downloaded for further use. This all

GDrive – A Google Docs Clone

GDrive – A Google Docs Clone Google has a reputation for delivering top-quality services to its users. To continue this tradition, the much anticipated GDrive was launched in April. Much to the cloud storage community’s disappointment, Google did not come up with the radical new features that the crowd had been expecting. Instead, Google resorted