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Cloud Infographic: Massive Open Online Courses

Cloud Infographic: Massive Open Online Courses

With the growth of cloud computing, most of us have accomplished some form of telecommuting in the past few years. From updating the latest company lead in the CRM service of choice to coordinating a monthly corporate newsletter which requires last minute updating. This can all be accomplished remotely from the use of a cloud

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Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day

Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day

Part 2 – Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day This is part 2 of a 2-part post on disruptive technologies and the collaborative economy. Click To Read Part 1 Customer Appreciation Day Customer Appreciation Day. Signs bearing this message have appeared regularly in store windows and print ads throughout the decades past – a well-intentioned

How Cloud Computing Will Help Your Small Business

How Cloud Computing Will Help Your Small Business

How Cloud Computing Will Help Your Small Business The days of storing paper files in stacks of boxes are long over. But digital storage for small businesses can still be a headache without the right technology. Cloud computing, however, is an easy and data-friendly way to keep every file you need safe and easily accessible

Cloud Infographic: Costs Of Running A Startup

Cloud Infographic: Costs Of Running A Startup

Cloud Infographic: Costs Of Running A Startup CloudTweaks has covered a number of emerging startups over the years, such as our “Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars” lists.  The question many startups have is:  What does it cost to run a startup? We have an infographic provided courtesy of staff.com which outlines some of

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently It was only a matter of time before businesses turned to alternative methods of storing and processing data. At the rate businesses were expanding, it wasn’t worth storing the data physically and running all of the processes locally. Enter cloud computing. Cloud computing is essentially