Always On World Means Tech Companies Need to Organize the Cloud

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What does an “always-on” world need? To make our hyper-connected world go round, it needs more mobility, data, access, tools, and collaboration. We live in an era of tools and apps. Accounting, email marketing, customer service, project management—literally every area of your business has access to apps to streamline business operation. As business becomes more demanding and complex, organizations fight …

Is mobile driving cloud or is cloud driving mobile?

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At this year’s Mobile World Congress  (MWC), a mega event once dedicated solely to mobile and mobile tech, I found myself amazed at the many technological elements beyond mobile displayed there. Making an impact were the Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality, big data, and, of course, the cloud’s fingerprints were everywhere. If you ask me, opening up the MWC to …

Should your Company Leverage the Cloud? 

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Cloud-based services are becoming ubiquitous. Many people are turning to the cloud for some reason or another—whether it is to store their pictures, or their music collection, or archive documents. There has been a huge upswing in the number of people who are increasingly dependent on cloud services such as Dropbox or Google Drive for storing files. But when it …

Cloud and the Revolutionization of Business

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I spend a fair amount of time thinking about, writing about technology and how it’s changing the world of business. I’m guessing that you do, too, whether you’re in marketing, sales or IT – am I right? I spent the early part of this week in Las Vegas attending IBM’s PartnerWorld Leadership Conference and the focus of the event was …

How Cloud Enables a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy on the Web

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There has been a lot of talk from the pundits to the hunted (remember Edward Snowden?) about how there really is no longer any privacy on the Internet. However, as much as there is some truth in every lie, this particular thought isn’t entirely true. Perhaps a better way to explain it is: there is no privacy when you are …

Cloud collaboration and the future of ad hoc real-time communication

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With new technologies and solutions arriving at our doorstep more frequently, there has been a seismic shift in the way we communicate as individuals, businesses, governments, and societies. Today, much of our business communication is built upon the foundation of scheduled meetings and calls. However, we are always connected via text, social, and mobile. When it comes to business, improving …

The Rise of Cloud in Pop Culture 

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Love it or hate it, but don’t ignore it: I’m talking about the cloud. While the business world has known about the technology for quite some time now, it has become familiar in pop culture only recently, and in a somewhat controversial manner. Following the mass notoriety of the iCloud hack last year, cloud technology is stuck in the headlines …

How Cloud Is Revolutionizing Mobile Marketing

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I always find it interesting when two or more innovations blend together to give us something even more amazing. Cloud computing and mobile technology have been two of the most talked-about trends in the past few years and while they have brought significant changes in the way we do business, the interaction between these two innovations looks promising. As businesses …

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Flexible Consumption: What Makes Cloud The Ultimate SMB Play

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Whether at work or on the couch enjoying your favorite show, it is hard for even a few minutes to go without hearing something about the cloud. It’s here, we get it and by in large we like it; at least what we know about it. However, for the average small business owner, they are still trying to figure out …

Cloud Cappuccino: Why SMB’s Should Think Cloud Computing

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An Entrepreneurial Approach To Emerging Tech For any small or midsize business owner, the costs of doing business are every bit as important as the revenues created. With sometimes-limited buying power, it has to be this way because small upticks in volume rarely yield great decreases in cost. Over the past decade, technology has been as disruptive as ever to …