What You Don’t Know About The Google Apps Cloud CAN Hurt You

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What You Don’t Know About The Google Apps Cloud CAN Hurt You The majority of the world’s computer users have used or are currently using Microsoft Office, Open Office, or one of many similar products for their desktop business application needs. A recent entrant to the fray, Google Apps boasts only about  50 million current users,

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What John Smith Thinks Of Cloud Computing: A Big ‘Ol Warehouse

What John Smith Thinks of Cloud Computing: A Big ‘Ol Warehouse The cloud computing paradigm has advanced the field of computing by leaps and bounds and has allowed businesses of all kinds to adapt to an ever changing environment of business needs and consumer demands. Indeed the path to here has never been a paved road, no

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How Hackers Are Getting Inside Help

How Hackers Are Getting Inside Help There are more people today aware of the security risks they expose themselves and their companies during their regular internet activities than there have ever been before. The media has made it clear to all internet users just how often and easily their online privacy is threatened and each time some

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The Cloud, Week In Review: November 30th, 2012

The Cloud, Week In Review: November 30th, 2012 This week, Google and Amazon have brought forth new goodies for consumers that are going to make our lives even easier than before. And the privacy of the data we are going to use through their services may receive a new level of privacy security if a

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Embrace Cloud, But Not At The Cost Of Your Ecosystem

Embrace Cloud, But Not at The Cost of Your Ecosystem There is this great quote from the famous Hollywood flick, Spider-man, “With great power comes great responsibility.” The current biggest industry on this earth, the IT sector, has recently come to terms with this much-used scripted quote as New York Times published a story on

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Selecting A Cloud Storage Provider: Things Consumer Reports Won’t Tell You

Selecting A Cloud Storage Provider: Things Consumer Reports Won’t Tell You There are hundreds of articles and guides telling a consumer what to look for when selecting a cloud storage provider, but they all say the same basic things: storage size, price, and application. Though these are all valid points, they miss the bigger picture:

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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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John Fox Interview: How Industry Professionals Use The Cloud

John Fox Interview: How Industry Professionals Use The Cloud Here at Cloud Tweaks it is my job to tell you all about Cloud Computing and the entertainment industry, and how better to do that than to get industry professionals to tell you all about their experience? First up is John Fox. Enjoy! Tell us about

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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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Is The Future Of The Cloud Computing Open Source? Few Things To Consider

Is The Future Of Cloud Computing Open Source? A Few Things To Consider Companies are embracing cloud computing solutions because of their flexibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness, and those who have successfully integrated the cloud into their infrastructure have found it quite economic. They can expand and contract, and add and remove services as per requirement,

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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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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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Developing Economies In Love With Cloud Computing

Developing Economies in Love with Cloud Computing The Business Software Alliance, in a recent research study, has reported that time is ripe for the cloud computing service providers to make a lasting impact particularly in budding economies via free as well as paid offerings, but at the same time the malicious lot amongst the beneficiaries

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Cloud Infographic: Google Drive Vs The Competition

Cloud Infographic: Google Drive Vs The Competition There are hundreds of cloud services available today, a fact which does not make it any easier for users to select a cloud storage provider that fits their needs. Google is no longer the only kid on the cloud computing block. In fact, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and even private

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