Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Embracing the cloud, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- When I was a student I was fortunate enough…to have my own computer.…I had to take out a loan to buy that Mac Classic II,…but it was totally worth it.…It was, after all, a desktop computer…that was considered a luggable.…And yes, I did, in fact, take it to class with me…in this nice computer luggage.…Okay, I'm dating myself a bit here.…The point is that the computers most of us…lug around with us these days fit in our pockets:…our tablets, or the modern version of the luggable,…the laptop.…
And we rarely have only one single device with us.…But, with the cloud, we always have access…to all of our files.…We use the device we happen to have with us at the time.…That may be our mobile phone,…a desktop computer at home or at work,…or a shared computer in a classroom,…a lab, a conference center, or a meeting room.…We move around a lot,…and our data needs to be available to us…whenever and wherever we are.…
And we need to be able to access those files…on whatever type of device or platform…we happen to have access to at that time.…
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