When using cloud based apps students and staff would benefit from the most productive and user friendly. Apps like Adobe Creative is an example of a cloud based app that can be productive for students, professionals and users in their spare time. It is a cloud based application that includes Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign that allows users to save and access their work from several devices using one login. The second cloud based productivity app in my opinion is GoToMeeting that allows online video conference calls and webinar hosting. This allows users to access meetings and conferences on the go from their mobile device, Laptop or Ultrabook. From my personal experience a login or an account is not needed as long as you have an access code from the creator of the meeting or conference. Outlook Web Access is a great asset to Outlook users that need to access their email while away from their home computer. The Outlook email is accessed using a browser that allows the user to access their work or school email on the employers or schools server. This allows employees to be very productive even outside of the office or while traveling. Apps like Dropbox that has a large amount of online cloud storage that can be downloaded on the computer or access on the website. You can save large documents, images or video in the dropbox opp and can be accessed on a different device using a google log in. Google apps are also one of my top cloud based apps because there are various options depending on my need. Between google...
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Dropbox is just one of many cloud-based storage programs. Essentially, you can save files there for you to access when you’re not at home or work. It’s one of the big names in cloud storage and they’re based in San Francisco. Here is a guide to using their free and simple file sharing feature. 1. Start at Dropbox.com This is very straight forward stuff here. If you have gmail and use Google Chrome it’s a breeze. 2. Share a single file. This is just one option for sharing files. Once you have your file(s) uploaded, just select them and click Share. You can select the contacts or email addresses to share them with. You can add multiple recipients and add comments for description. 3. Make a Shared Folder. This option will do exactly what is says. Make separate folders for different topics whether they’re personal or for work. Just select the members of your shared file group and add a comment. That’s the file sharing feature of Dropbox. You can get the app on your mobile device and have even greater access to these features. ...
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My name is Iris Barreto (aka Sister Iris Marie). I am a Schoenstatt Sister of Mary getting updated and learning about the world of IT. I began my studies at MATC in the Fall of 2016. Studying the IT Support Specialist program, I hope to be a great asset to my community and to the Schoenstatt Movement.
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Back up and disaster recovery plan is a number one priority for every business. No business can function without critical data, applications and operations. At some point business data will be at risk.It could be a machine error, a human error, a virus or even a natural disaster like Hurricane Katrina. Not having the proper precautions in place could mean losing it all. Think of your disaster recovery plan as an insurance policy for your data and business should something out of your control happen. Nowadays, most of companies are aware of the pain points of traditional backup and are consequently adopting the clouds backup and recovery which is more reliable due to new technologies. Below we are going to study the clouds tools available for back up and recovery. Rubrik: is the world’s first Cloud Data Management platform that delivers data protection, search, analytics, and copy data management to hybrid cloud enterprises. How Cloud Data Management works to recover, manage, and secure all data, regardless of location. Examples include: Automated data discovery Dynamic SLA policy engine Global predictive search Secure data everywhere with encryption and role-based access while delivering automated compliance in one solution Carbonite: Carbonite cloud and hybrid data protection combines advanced backup, rapid recovery and anytime, anywhere access with an easy remote management. With the Carbonite office option you will be able to back up unlimited computers, The Carbonite home offers unlimited storage, provides easy set up and allows access from anywhere ZANTAZ Enterprise Archive Solution (EAS) is a highly scalable and flexible archiving platform that enables your organization to capture and preserve email messages, attachments, and files in a way that...