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Funny as it sounds, it's not disparate to think that there are people that have no idea of so many computer things (even ITs departments ). I'm not really surprised to see people that don't know that "the cloud" is just a marketing name.
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Cloud computing Now I have read a bit about this and I don't like the general sound of what is said in tis article I have just got Cloud haters: You too will be assimilated | ZDNet
Because it sounds like it will include me and just about everyone whether you like it or not - this also sounds like deprivation...
Using 'The Cloud' Is it feasible to use more than one cloud system? I was using Sugarsynch but I found it very slow but I used it as it gave me 5GB. I'm now using Dropbox, to backup my mail (eM Client) but I only get 2GB. At this stage I''m still evaluating which one to go for but the question is, will they clash if...
Cloud Computing Hey Guys,
Just wondering what your thoughts are on Cloud Computing and if it will ever "Take off"
Cloud Should I be placing my files in the "cloud", and if so, how. I use Windows 7 32 bit.
windows7+ cloud i am not a computer guru so could someone please explain to me what is windows "cloud" isn't it the same as networking? the commercials try to make you feel like you can not do with out it.