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Android Device For Collaboration

With the demise of BlackBerry, the smartphone market for business consumers has become a hotly contested one.

For a while, the main factor for large companies was the security of the device itself. BlackBerry has always been the industry leader in security features, which allowed them to stay alive far longer than they otherwise would have. Even today, many large corporations and government agencies continue to use BlackBerry devices for their perceived security benefits.

However, both Android and Apple’s iOS have made significant strides in the development of security features that are on par or better than BlackBerry’s. “While large companies and government agencies will be slow to adjust to this new reality”, Continue reading

Cloud Storage System

Traditionally, work created on a computer has been kept on hard storage methods: hard drive, disks, or in recent years, flash drives.

But as concerns about safety and efficiency, as well as affordability and technology, have increased, cloud storage has become more the norm. Cloud storage takes the same information that would usually be saved on the hard storage, and uploads it either to your own or a rented site server accessed by the internet.

Cloud storage has a limited amount of space and other features depending on the program being used, like the most widely familiar, Dropbox and Google Drive.

There are many reasons why using cloud storage is superior to old fashioned hard space, and these are ten of them: Continue reading

ownCloud 5

Presented Release of the project ownCloud 5, in which the organization is developing a system for storage, synchronization and data exchange, hosted on external servers.

From similar services such as Google Docs, Dropbox, box.net, and Ubuntu One system differs ownCloud providing users full control over their data – the information is not tied to external private cloud storage systems, and is placed on the user-controlled systems. Of related functions are support tools for sharing and synchronization between the different systems of data such as address book, calendar, scheduler, and bookmarks with the possibility of viewing and editing from any device at any point in the network. Continue reading

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