Nobody wants to think about it but calamities do happen. Many of the things need the most when disaster strikes are stored on your computer. Experienced computer users know that there are two types of people: those who have already lost data and those who will lose data in the future. Backups are the only way of getting your computer back to exactly how it was and the place to store your data is in the cloud.
Cloud Computing in Plain English Video
Using a simple story of a growing florist business, this video explains the basics of cloud computing: how it works and why it makes sense for businesses
- The difference between on-site computing and cloud computing
- The financial benefits of cloud computing
- What makes cloud computing secure and efficient
- How cloud computing impacts consumers
Dropbox is a free file synchronization and cloud storage system that allows you to access your files no matter where you are. Dropbox lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere you go. After you install Dropbox on your computer, any file you save to your Dropbox will automatically save to all your computers, your mobile device, and even the Dropbox website. Dropbox Cloud provides full-featured and reliable security system like Sync Multiple Computers, 100% Automated Backups, Encrypted-Secure, Unlimited Space, and much more.
Cloud-based services include G mail and Google Docs. Earlier this month Facebook and Dropbox have rolled out a new feature on the social networking site that allows users to share their Dropbox files. This makes file sharing easier for businesses by allowing members to share within Facebook groups.
Dropbox Intro Video
Four killer Dropbox tricks
In How to protect your computer and data in case disaster strikes you will find a step by step checklist for taking action now so you’re prepared for the day disaster strikes.
- Top 10 Clever Uses for Dropbox (lifehacker.com)
- Dropbox introduces new photos tab to show off your pictures (androidcommunity.com)
- Dropbox drops public folders for new customers (ghacks.net)