Apr 24 2014
True or false? Stormy weather can interfere with cloud computing.
Apart from a lightning strike or falling branch cutting power, no, it can’t. Many people think the Cloud has something to do with an actual cloud. It’s not surprising, since marketers tout everything from word processors to TVs as being cloud-enabled, cloud-friendly, cloud-this, cloud-that.
Joe Kissell is fed up with such hazy claims, and he sets the record straight in Take Control of the Cloud, pinning down nebulous cloud concepts, helping you evaluate claims about cloud services, and explaining how to enhance your privacy and security in the Cloud. This platform-neutral book is a quick and easy read, helping you make sense of what the Cloud is all about without bogging down in instantly obsolete step-by-step instructions.
View Joe Kissell’s video intro, download the free sample pages, buy or learn more about the book here:
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Other recently released ebooks from TidBITS:
- Take Control of Your Online Privacy
- Take Control of Apple Mail
- Take Control of Apple TV
- Take Control of Your Passwords