The Mobile Cloud App Infrastructure: Centralizing Apps across Mobile Platforms There are currently two leading Mobile operating systems in the market – the Android OS by Google, and the iOS by Apple. These two OS’s dominate the mobile market while Android is currently holding the larger market share of the two. But in terms of device proliferation, iOS holds that crown as all the devices using it are made by Apple while the Android market is fragmented with different devices from various manufacturers with very different hardware specifications, not to mention all the different flavors and versions of Android currently
The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Size Matters By David Fletcher Our comic collection has simply taken the light side of cloud computing to a whole new level. After all, isn’t cloud computing a fun way to get things done. Doesn’t it simplify our lives? So after a long day’s work in the cloud, you can stop by our comic library for that much deserved moment of fun before you call it a day. Review the full library For the reuse of our CloudTweaks comic images for print, web or related, please contact us regarding.
Film and The Cloud So how are cloud companies and film companies working together, and what’s new? Let’s find out. Did you know that Channel 4, PBS, Fox Entertainment Group and many more media companies all use Amazon’s public cloud service? Of course Amazon with it’s billions behind it will be at the forefront of cloud technology. Which didn’t stop it going down of course. Amazon AWS was the reason Netflix dropped offline in June after a power outage at Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud, in North Virginia, made services go offline. Amazon Instant did not go offline though. Silver lining
Cloud Infographic: Google Drive Vs The Competition There are hundreds of cloud services available today, a fact which does not make it any easier for users to select a cloud storage provider that fits their needs. Google is no longer the only kid on the cloud computing block. In fact, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and even private parties are entering into the cloud storage industry, and rather aggressively. The race is on for these cloud storage services to bring in the most customers and attract the most attention, but who is the best of the best? Answering this question is not as
Apple Vs. Google: The Great Cloud War You wouldn’t have expected it a few years ago, as Apple and Google were focusing on different sectors of the tech industry. In some cases, they actually created technologies that could benefit from each other. However, the two giants are just about ready to go toe-to-toe with each other nowadays. This has been prompted by Google’s Android OS being the only decent challenger to Apple’s iOS dominance. Additionally, Google and Apple have competing cloud computing platforms, which may serve the same purpose but are vastly different in their philosophical approach. Let’s take a closer look
Major Discrepancies In The Current Cloud Computing Setup Our perception of how to store data has changed. Hardware is diverging and consumers are constantly striving for multiple access points per user. This calls for a cloud to be set up where the same data can be edited, stored and downloaded for further use. This all sounds very smooth and straightforward, but in reality cloud computing has one teething trouble. Beginning with the first major discrepancy, there is a lack of cross-platform integration among cloud service providers. For example, if we upload a file to Dropbox, it ends up sitting on