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  1. ridemaster's Avatar
    Just curious what companies people are using for there cloud computing needs?

    i am also curious if there will be a blackberry cloud in the near future?

    01-30-12 07:04 PM
  2. anthogag's Avatar
    There will be a BB cloud service. They bought a cloud service business from Ireland a few months ago. I'll definitely join that service when it starts.

    Currently I use Dropbox, Box.net, and Evernote.
    01-30-12 07:53 PM
  3. FSeverino's Avatar
    Sign up with my dropbox and you will get an extra 500MB space.|

    box.net gives you 50GB if you signup on your playbook, but the file size limit is around 100mb so I use that for all my music and stuff and then dropbox for my videos...

    and the best part about the playbook is that you dont need an app to use these services (you can use the app if you want, but you arent FORCED to like on the iPad or iPhone)... just go to the site and all your stuff is ready to use
    01-30-12 08:02 PM
  4. ridemaster's Avatar
    thats good to hear they picked up cloud company. i will be all over that.

    evernote, dropbox, box.net.

    rimm is set to strike back
    01-30-12 08:54 PM
  5. pmccartney's Avatar
    dropbox and google
    01-30-12 09:00 PM
  6. Tre Lawrence's Avatar

    I rely heavily on cloud computing.

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    01-30-12 09:14 PM
  7. BoldtotheMax's Avatar
    Amazon, Dropbox, Google and Evernote....
    01-30-12 09:16 PM
  8. chisler's Avatar
    I use my own domain. I mapped the remote directories on my laptop. I can login via the web if needed to upload and download when using other machines. Simple solution.

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    01-30-12 09:29 PM
  9. kjjb0204's Avatar
    We need to differentiate between cloud (offsite) storage and cloud services. Dropbox is just simple storage. Gmail is a service. If it doesn't compute, stream or deliver real-time, its just storage, and its been around forever. I'm in IT and I can tell you how much we laugh about people saying cloud when they have no real idea what it means. Let's talk SaaS or VDI or hosted Exchange. That's the cloud, not dropbox. We have been using offsite, remote storage for decades.

    Oh, and as for what cloud services I use, its called the internet. If anyone wants to know, the term cloud really came from network architecture diagrams in Visio, where the internet symbol was a cloud. Its nothing new, but the word cloud seems to make people believe its some new great technology.

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    01-30-12 09:42 PM
  10. rollingrock1988's Avatar
    amazon services. particularly amazon mp3. saved my music collection from destruction
    01-30-12 10:12 PM
  11. _StephenBB81's Avatar
    Microsoft services for cloud,
    01-30-12 10:15 PM
  12. ridemaster's Avatar
    thank you for the lesson kjjb02024!

    having said that, everybody else seemed to understand what i was asking.

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    01-30-12 10:44 PM
  13. kjjb0204's Avatar
    Yeah, sorry about that. I had to sit through a 2 hour cloud webinar yesterday from vmware, and i don't think there's any way to come out of that and be in a good mood.
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    01-31-12 09:15 AM
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    01-31-12 09:23 AM
  15. tack's Avatar
    Dropbox - Files, pics
    SugarSync - particular folders I want backed up separately
    Google - Email, Personal Calendar, Personal Contacts
    iCloud - Pictures, Music
    Evernote - Notes, Meetings notes, clipped things of interest
    MyFitnessPal - diet and excercise tracking
    Lastpass.com - best password manager hands down
    Xmarks - bookmark syncing on all devices
    01-31-12 09:26 AM
  16. Detective M Downs's Avatar
    Evernote, Dropbox and Box.net
    01-31-12 09:27 AM
  17. LoganSix's Avatar
    Just curious what companies people are using for there cloud computing needs?
    I remember when the "cloud" used to be called the Internet. I think before that it was called the World Wide Web. You kids and your word games.
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    01-31-12 09:49 AM
  18. mjs416's Avatar
    Dropbox and Evernote
    01-31-12 09:52 AM
  19. ridemaster's Avatar
    i can only go by what you were saying regarding the terribly exciting cloud webinar.

    i am trying to figure out which service i should use so i am going by the general concensus here.

    i will forsure go with RIM's cloud when it is active

    Yeah, sorry about that. I had to sit through a 2 hour cloud webinar yesterday from vmware, and i don't think there's any way to come out of that and be in a good mood.
    01-31-12 01:59 PM
  20. tmelon's Avatar
    I use:

    Box.net (free 50 gigs with my $99 HP Touchpad purchase): Documents

    iCloud: Calendars, contacts, bookmarks, notes, etc.

    Google: All of the above as a backup
    01-31-12 04:56 PM
  21. mark-d's Avatar
    Dropbox and I've just signed up for Sugarsync so will set that up tomorrow
    01-31-12 06:05 PM
  22. SnoozerBold's Avatar
    Drop Box isn't available for the 9790 with os 7 though I do have an account. Does anyone know if I can install it just with the cod files or something? Or a 3rd party app to access it
    Oh, and I use evernote for notes etc..
    01-31-12 06:52 PM
  23. JubJubJub's Avatar
    Amazing how reliant people and businesses are the cloud. I use quite a few services myself but always backup locally. MegaUpload was a hard lesson for lots of people and other companies that provide 'free' services mine the crap out of your data or deliver highly targeted ads to you (google). Soon your favourite software companies will be in cloud making productivity impossible without a fast Internet connection (adobe). Last night one of my clients had their connection go out and I took about a dozen calls within 15 minutes with people completely useless and dumbfounded on what to do with themselves. It's just as bad as a complete power outage.
    01-31-12 07:09 PM
  24. ubizmo's Avatar
    Google (mail, calendar), DropBox (photos), UpVise (notes), Secret Server (passwords), Kindle (books), Audible (audiobooks).
    01-31-12 07:34 PM
  25. jonno_atamaniuk's Avatar
    Google I use for my contacts and calendars.
    DropBox for medium-large videos
    Box.net for my photography now that I have 50GB of data free from signing up with my playbook.
    Evernote I just signed up with to check it out... having a hard time really finding a use for it, but I'm sure I will eventually...
    01-31-12 08:34 PM
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