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3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Mastering Google Apps In The Classroom”

3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Mastering Google Apps In The Classroom”

3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Mastering Google Apps in the Classroom” Google Apps are a big part of the current cloud infrastructure providing a number of services to businesses of all sizes. Here are 3 recommended research papers to read over this week.   “Mastering Google Apps in the Classroom“ Has your school joined the Google revolution? This

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The Mobile Movement – Collaboration Without Compromise

The Mobile Movement – Collaboration Without Compromise

The Mobile Movement – Collaboration Without Compromise Fueled by the combination of a new breed of mobile productivity apps, cloud services, and more traditional enterprise apps and infrastructure, today’s mobile workers can now communicate and collaborate over smartphones and tablets in ways that simply weren’t possible even a few years ago. There are now hundreds

Cloud Computing Myths Explained: Part 2

Cloud Computing Myths Explained: Part 2 OWNERSHIP: Cloud would make me lose control and ownership over my data A common feeling – I would lose control over my data. Because you are not storing your data physically with you it’s obvious to feel like this. You don’t know about the data storage, security mechanism and

The Risks Of Moving To The Cloud

The Risks Of Moving To The Cloud In the current global economic climate, companies and enterprises are required to migrate to cloud-based deployment models in order reduce costs and become self-sustainable. Post the dot-com bubble, the development of advanced web and storage technologies has been on the ascension. One such revolutionary technology developed post the

Microsoft and HP Join Hands on the Cloud

Microsoft and HP Join Hands on the Cloud There may not be any love lost between Microsoft and Google in the cloud computing space (and elsewhere) (See: Google vs Microsoft: US Government Agrees to End Microsoft Bias  and Microsoft And Google Are At It Again); however, it would seem that Microsoft is not averse to