We constantly depend on our computers to save the hundreds of hours of accumulated work we produce each year. Are you better served having your files stored off-site instead of saved at your home or workplace? With this in mind, you may want to revise your storage strategy to include options of saving your files literally off-site on remote servers, often referred to as “cloud” storage.
To help us through the “fog” of various storage options in “the cloud”, DACS member and presenter Drew Kwashnak will explain what cloud storage actually is, and how it works. Since getting his own Google Chromebook, which relies heavily on cloud based applications and storage; he has developed a unique perspective and insight into the growing trend of cloud services.
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