What is cloud computing and why get confused with how to implement it.
Cloud computing is an energy saving piece of software that database and server users can use to reduce there energy usage. The only alternative for owners of servers as there databases grow to reduce admin costs and decrease the amount of electricity used is to create virtual servers, these virtual servers hold a variety of information that makes them an authority in the field of research, development and basic port of call for anyone interested in there previous data. This appeals to marketers, companies, governments, newscasters, social media sites, micro site cataloguing, bookmarking sites, SEO evangelists, artists, musicians and everyone else.
The platforms used as services in business and for free in social media companies compiles and extracts a variety of information which provides feeds to services online. Services that use information technologies, they influence the capabilities and scale up and down of traffic, you can ramp up and turn down.
The delivery of this service finds consumers of services, people who are only looking for that service and the cloud computing will provide and interlink with this world and help you tap into individuals worlds. The cloud basically is where these worlds are compiled, this is great way of accessing the dictionary and glossary of the overall industry.
Technology is evolving now with business. Businesses are looking for new technology and cloud computing is a long ongoing process of compiling and assisting these services. Some are private but most public open source services. Wadoo and O data models are some of the companies developing these new cloud computing software.
Cloud service is not new and people are consuming cloud computing but as much as they are using and investing the use of this software is also contributing to the growth and development and usability of them. The aesthetic value of clouds are more related for the public but the true high end developments have less aesthetic value but have far more effective results and accuracy in there usage.
This has created a competitive market for these, Microsoft of the first thought, Amazon are considering the viability of these clouds to provide its customers with content that they actually want rather than randomly choose. Like all software online these days as businesses demand more from its paid developers is a hybridisation of systems of online mediated information technology, governments are embracing these; a few examples are hybridisation with aggregates, abritage and context brokers are also trying to pitch viability with cloud based software. The integration of these hybrised business tools is a business in itself as and when these future pockets of business prove profitable I will write more about what services are thus available.
What is the difference between social software to promote and business social collaboration software used to specifically leverage your company. Vendors are moving to exclusive paid for social media sites, Linked in staff are great representatives of this upfront information as and when it develops. Some other social and bookmarking sites have tried to distinguish themselves as more professional by offering awards for reputable progression and citing good sources of information. This raises the awareness of users in these communities and can often be trends that fire up then burn out. This is one effect of the fastly changing internet technological environment, unfortunately this has also been my experience and letting go of areas where no longer use reside and collaborate and socially interact pitter out.
My sentiments I feel are shared by many as they refuse to let go money invested in developing there profiles in these communities. In addition as companies compete with other popular social media sites like Facebook I strongly have a belief that the owners and original developers of these communities will eventually get on top of these issues and reconnect with the users of these social sites. But arguably my suspicions of compiling data about users and people as consumers has often been exhausted and the bigger picture of the social site is often forgotten about as and when they have reached there set goals.
Some great cloud services available that I use and am currently enjoying using are Instaper which is a great free bookmarking device great for personnel use. When doing my research online or outside online I now have a place or cloud based tool where I can compile and bookmark sites and when need be I can easily share with friends but more importantly integrate my phone usage with my computer needs rather than going over things twice I can have it all registered there on Mac. If I had the money it would also be on my Kindle Reader or better still the new I-Pad.
Finally Dropbox which is a great example of how cloud computing can make your life easy. Dropbox is a place where all of your files and software can be stored and managed and the benefit of this is that if your computer brakes down then you can still have access to your computers tools, widgets you may have for your websites or online e-books you have purchased, video’s you may have made and even music you adore. By logging into this online site you can access your files from anywhere on any machine. So no more worrying about if or when will your Laptop pack up they are both very good.
If by any chance you are a blogger and getting carried away with aesthetics in the look and feel of your website you can always try in your host with Fantastico uploading Drupal. Drupal is good for businesses that wish to aggregate your information to a number of aggregated feeds, because the link system within its design is very simple but extremely SEO activated. If you don’t know this means you can drive a boat load of traffic by just simply using the right keywords typing decent content and getting all this indexed without any real work. These video’s are step by step and will help.
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