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Should Seniors use computer cloud services?


I’ve been asked by many of my senior friends – “Are cloud services easy-to-use and safe?” My simple answer is “Maybe.” Cloud computing IS easy-to-use, and CAN be safe if properly set up and secured with a strong password. 611 more words


Protecting customer’s data with HIPPA cloud sever applications

Companies that are mainly engaged in health care, finance and medical business must focus more on protecting customer’s data from vulnerable threats. They should comply with certain rules and regulations for preventing data from thefts and other problems. 230 more words

Cloud Security

Dropbox for iPhone, iPad Now Allows Users to Edit Pdf Files

Users with an iPhone or iPad can now easily edit pdf files on their devices. Dropbox has announced that its integration with Adobe’s tool is now live on Apple’s mobile platform, and users can now open a pdf file in Dropbox, and tap the Edit button to make changes to the document file. 239 more words


A-Drive: Online Cloud Storage and Backup Platform

Online cloud storage and backup is essential when running a business. Through SSL encryption, A-Drive offers just that. If you are a current user, A-Drive recently announced that their free service (50GB) is no longer available as of 1/1/16 and encourage users to upgrade. 41 more words

Small Business Resources

Dropbox、モバイルでもPDFファイルの編集に対応 [ #cbajp ]




The 20 Best Unicorn Companies For Paying Software Engineers Top Dollar

Last week we brought you the 20 highest paying unicorns, based on median annual salary for all employees. This time around, we centered our search on the unicorns paying best for programmers. 33 more words


A review of five cloud software applications useful in the IT workplace

This is going to be a short post today. For the past few weeks I’ve been researching cloud software and how it can be used in the professional IT world. 59 more words