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Cloud Storage: Dropbox vs. Google Drive

The cloud. Five years ago, the concept seemed far-fetched and insignificant. Who would want or need Internet data storage when we already had our nifty USB sticks? They held gigabytes of data while also providing a unique opportunity to accessorize. With the innovation of smartphones and tablets, the need for USB memory solutions began to decline, and the cloud had its opening. Enter Dropbox. For as long as cloud storage has been viable, Dropbox has been in the forefront. However, challengers are constantly emerging to contend for the cloud storage title and none have been more fit for the...

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Google Finally Offers Mass Storage Solution with Google Drive

[Originally published in The Coloradoan on 5/25/12] For a company that most techie people associate with being at the forefront of digital trends, it has been a huge surprise to many that Google has never offered a mass storage solution as one of its services. While it has had the best business apps and marketplace to customize your online experience for some time, Google always has been missing a “cloud” storage solution. Until now. As of late April of this year, Google is offering “Drive” as its answer for mass storage issues. According to Google’s website, “Google Drive is a storage...

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Digital Trends: Embrace the Cloud

[Originally published in The Coloradoan on 4/27/12] The more we embrace technology and how it can improve our professional lives, the more information we begin to accumulate over time at our business. At some point, the use and sharing of this information can become cumbersome for a business to control, and, therefore, looking to a cloud solution becomes a viable option. The cloud concept comes from a metaphor for the Internet as a whole, but as private servers (or clouds) have become more readily accessible to the public, the cloud term has taken over in popularity. Cloud computing is based...

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Let Database Help You Store All That Data

[Originally published in The Coloradoan on 4/13/12] Living in the information age, the amount of data that can come your way in a single day can be overwhelming at times. With so many ways to digitally track your customers’ habits, your company’s finances and social interaction, an eventual need grows to analyze the data more thoroughly. Today, a database is a great way to store large amounts of data. It provides a lot of flexibility in the design and implementation. All databases break down to the table level where data is stored in fields in cells, with a declared data type for...

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