Five Technologies Missing From Your Business

Business technology is always updating, and your business should make efforts to stay ahead of the curve. With the right tools your company can get ahead of the competition and market more effectively to the right people. Here are five technologies missing from your operations that you should make a priority to add. Trend Mining […]

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Cloud Storage: Don’t Pay for What You Don’t Use

One of the most compelling business cases for the cloud is that it’s billed as a utility – meaning you only pay for what you use. So with cloud storage prices falling rapidly, there’s never been a better time to take advantage of cloud storage solutions. The pay-per-use model allows companies to customize their cloud […]

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Dropbox: a Social Web Business Case Study

Note: This is an article in our Social Web Business Case Studies series, a close look at the strategies of innovative companies that are using the tools of the social web to transform their industries. With just about everyone in agreement that the future of computing is “in the cloud,” the personal cloud storage market, […]

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The Past Present and Future of Cloud Computing

Note from the editor: This is an article by Jeff Fields. If you’re interested in contributing to Social Web Q and A, check out our guest post guidelines. In basic terms, cloud computing consists of using a central network of data servers and CPUs with their attendant memory and processing power as a multi-user accessible […]

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Personal Cloud Computing Services: the Future of the Web?

Q: I keep hearing about cloud computing but never with a clear definition. How does it affect me and will it really be the future of the web? Just about everyone in the industry is in agreement that the future of computing is “on the cloud.” Cloud computing has already started to revolutionize the way […]

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