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Archive for the ‘Cloud Computing’ Category
I just finished reading an article by Mat Honan on how his digital life was hacked and totally destroyed due to one hacker who just wanted to get his hands on Mat’s 3 letter Twitter handle. This is a must read! More and more of our lives are in the cloud and more and more of our content accessible via other accounts (Google linked to Twitter linked to Amazon linked [ Read More ]
I use Google for everything! I have my personal Google account and all the apps associated with that and I also use Google Apps at work. Up until now that wasn’t a big deal, I just opened up two Firefox tabs and logged in to one account in each. This week however, Google forced those using Google Apps to transition their accounts. What this means is that you can only [ Read More ]
So this morning Lori Reed asked me if I backup my Google Calendar to print … I, in my current jet-lagged state, replied ‘umm’ and then sheepishly admitted that I not only don’t back up to print, but don’t back up at all! I always talk about backing up your cloud content and now that Lori points it out, if I lose my calendar I’d be completely lost! So I [ Read More ]
Cloud computing is the new big things and in many cases I live my life in the cloud. I work in a virtual office and share files with my colleagues using various cloud servers. Our customers’ systems are in the cloud (a benefit of using Koha) and this works well for both them and us. But when it comes to my personal computer there are some things that just don’t [ Read More ]