“I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils;” If Sir William Wordsworth was alive today, he would have thought twice before using the simile ‘wandered lonely as a cloud’.
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I spoke to the ex-Microsofties, Parerit Garg and Bassam Tabbara, who founded Symform on a simple premise: the world's cheapest data storage is sitting unused inside your computer or on external USB disks. To get that free 100 GB, all you have to do is donate 150 GB of your unused disk space.
If you’re waiting around for Apple’s rollout of iCloud , don’t overlook the current offering of sites to store your content in the cloud. Here is a list of cloud storage sites.
Being able to access your files from anywhere and from any computer is one of the great conveniences of the always-on Internet. Online file storage has been around for quite a while, but the latest generation of services are so cheap and easy to use that there is almost no reason not to back some of your files up into the cloud. Most online storage providers also give you the ability to then share these files with your friends and colleagues. We selected the services on this list because they have a good track record of keeping your data safe while providing you easy access to your files from wherever you are. Box.net
Google Docs, the online suite of productivity applications, has long offered collaborative, cloud-based sharing and editing of office-type documents.
Google will intensify its attack on Microsoft's enterprise collaboration business with the release on Thursday of the Cloud Connect plug-in for Microsoft Office and with the launch of a trial program for the collaboration components of Google Apps. In limited release since November, Cloud Connect is now available to all Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 users who also have an individual Google account or a Google Apps account. Based on technology from DocVerse, a company that Google acquired about a year ago, the Cloud Connect plug-in lets Office users share and collaboratively edit their documents by storing them on Google's cloud infrastructure but without leaving the Office interface.