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Five Reasons to Choose Google Apps for Business

1) Email - 30GB of storage per user, spam filtering. Never lose an email again and access from any mobile device. Read more »

Managing Shared Tasks and To-Do Lists

 

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Storing Data in the Cloud - Part III - Data Ownership and Summary

Continuing from Part I about performance and bandwidth in the cloud and Part II about data protection, resiliency and location, this post discusses data ownership and summarizes my approach to choosing a cloud service.
 
Data Ownership

Storing Data in the Cloud - Part II - Data Protection, Resiliency and Location

Continuing from Part I of my last post about performance and bandwidth in the cloud, how can I protect my data and where is it stored on the cloud? Read more »

Storing Data in the Cloud - Part I - Performance and Bandwidth

In my last post I wrote about the security concerns when putting your data into the cloud.  In this post I am going to expand on that and get into some of the other aspects of cloud data that you need to think about. This will by no means be an exhaustive list but it should give you a few ideas.
 

What to Consider When Moving to the Cloud

 

Whether we like it or not, nearly every online service we consume uses or is moving to “The Cloud”.  This is particularly true of mobile devices.  This can be quite convenient and you might not be aware that you are even using it.  But for businesses and people who are concerned about their data it can be difficult to sort the hype from the reality for these cloud services.  Read more »

Do I Need A Mobile Responsive Website?

It has become a mobile world.  What does this mean for that website you just refreshed a couple of years ago?

Perhaps less than you think... Read more »

New - Twitter Profile Options

Well, this morning I received a note from Twitter about some new profile goodness. I guess the writing has been on the wall for this change for at least a few weeks, but if you've been working hard and missed it, here it is surprise.

Koji

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5 Reasons Drupal is Great

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Project Management Tools

As a project manager, I use Gmail, Insightly, Google Calendar and an internal issue management system to keep tabs on multiple projects.  While this sometimes means replication between platforms, it also means nothing goes missing or gets missed.

What tools do you use for project management?

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