Pinned topic Is cloud computing the way forward?
It is a pretty cool idea, especially since it is really segmented. For example, it has categories for each document. A place to store your drivers licence, passports, a planner for your day to day activities, your cv plus any work you've done, ie. uni work or work work (as in...work that gives you money...lol) plus a whole heap of other categories....pretty much anything...la di da di da...anyway....You can then Sync it to your iPad application called myPDV and have it with you on the run...but I can't be stuffed (Yes, i'm Australian and can't be stuffed means I can't be bothered) talking about that as well.....
Do we all think that this cloud computing is the way of the future? I'm interested to see if things like this will become so big that we will never need a memory stick....or even a computer again?
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Re: Is cloud computing the way forward?2014-06-11T10:49:30ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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