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Brushing Up On Your Cloud Computing Skills

Brushing Up On Your Cloud Computing Skills

Whether you hope to join the ranks of Information Technology professionals or already have an IT position, you would be well advised to improve your cloud computing skills. Cloud computing is not just a buzz-word. It is real and is here to stay. Employees who embrace the technology will be poised for substantial career growth in the coming years. This is because the growth in cloud computing techn... »

4 Cloud Computing Apps Everyone Should Know About

4 Cloud Computing Apps Everyone Should Know About

What is cloud computing, and why are so many businesses and IT departments taking advantage of it? Here’s a basic definition of cloud computing along with four top apps business owners can in the cloud. What Is Cloud Computing? Image via Flickr by AmusedCloud Today’s businesses aren’t storing files and documents in storage or file rooms anymore. With cloud computing, documents an... »

Copy Announces 15GB Of Cloud Storage For All Users

Copy Announces 15GB Of Cloud Storage For All Users

Copy is a fantastic cloud syncing system that has quite possibly the best referral scheme on the planet. For every user that you refer to Copy, each of you gets an additional 5GB of free storage, what’s more there is absolutely no limit to the amount of storage you can earn. I myself currently have over 400GB of free storage with Copy, all from referrals. But now the deal has gotten even bet... »

The Pros and Cons of Using Online Storage to Backup Your Data

The Pros and Cons of Using Online Storage to Backup Your Data

With data cards capable of holding thousands of photos and more people turning to digital music, finding a way to store all those digital files in a convenient way is becoming more of a challenge. Servers capable of holding terabytes of information are available, but accessing what they contain requires being physically connected to them. Cloud storage is a possible solution, provided the proper p... »

Google Drive For Linux Is “In Progress”

Google Drive For Linux Is “In Progress”

Back in December we wrote about a new website that we have produced as a protest to get Google Drive for Linux. Since then Drive4Linux has been a big success yielding over 1,200 signatures on the petition at the time of writing this article. I originally created the petition after hearing nothing about the development of a Google Drive for Linux client for nearly a year. The only update was a comm... »

Four Dropbox Alternatives For Linux Users

Four Dropbox Alternatives For Linux Users

Being a Linux user is great, you have freedom to do what you want with your machine, you can theme it, change it and even re-write the code if you like. However, because of the relative lack of popularity among the Linux community, there are times when we don’t quite have all the applications and services available to other operating systems like Windows or Mac. Most people know Dropbox, and... »

ownCloud 5 Released

ownCloud 5 Released

ownCloud, the open source cloud syncing and backup service have today announced the release of version 5 of their server side management system. Being version 5, this is obviously a major release with many improvements to not only the user interface but also under the hood. For those that aren’t familiar with ownCloud, ownCloud is a service similar to other cloud storage and syncing services... »

Copy – The New Kid In Town That Could Take The Cloud Storage Crown

Copy – The New Kid In Town That Could Take The Cloud Storage Crown

Dropbox has a new contender for the cloud storage crown, a system that goes by the name of Copy. Copy offers pretty much all the same functionality as Dropbox, here is a list of some of those features: File versioning The ability to restore deleted files Sharing of files and folders Public sharing by way of download links A referral system Client available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android & iO... »

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