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Is Cloud Computing a Fact or Fiction? – infographic

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Is Cloud Computing a Fact or Fiction?


Cloud Computing: Fact or Fiction? is a new infographic from Devry University helping to explain the basics aboutcloud computing, and the clear up the common misunderstandings people have about the Cloud.

Cloud computing allows you to store, access and share data from Internet-connected devices in one central location.  As technology careers continue to grow across the U.S. and cloud computing creates nearly 14 million jobs by 2015, the Cloud is more important than ever.  Here are the fact you need to know about the Cloud – and the fiction than many believe.

This is a really clean and easy-to-read design, with a great color scheme.  The statistics to support each section are good, and clearly sourced in the long list of data sources in the footer.

Martin Gysler's insight:

Here is what you should to know about Cloud computing. A very clear infographic who show us the misunderstanding from people on this subject.

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Sigrid de Kaste's curator insight, February 28, 2013 7:14 PM

Graphics worth keeping...

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Create an Infographic with your Twitter Activity

Create an Infographic with your Twitter Activity | BUSINESS and more | Scoop.it

The Vizify app reads you Twitter activity and turns it into a visual infographic revealing interesting details about you. Maybe you should try this app, it's very interesting and useful [note Martin Gysler]


If you have an account on Twitter, you should try Tweetsheet.


The app reads you Twitter activity and turns it into a visual infographic (see sample) revealing your top followers, your most-retweeted posts, and some other interesting details. The stats mentioned in the infographic are calculated using the last 3200 tweets that you have posted on Twitter.


Read more: http://www.labnol.org/internet/create-infographic-with-twitter/20662/

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Avoid Ordinary Infographics with These 7 Steps

Avoid Ordinary Infographics with These 7 Steps | BUSINESS and more | Scoop.it
The last thing the world needs is yet another crappy infographic. This post walks through the 7 steps to successful infographics.


It’s become all too common to hear people say they’re sick of infographics. In a way, this sentiment is understandable; the Web is full of crappy infographics and the last thing we need is another one.


When done right, infographics diversify a site’s link profile, improve search visibility, create brand awareness, and compel someone to take action. It’s no wonder so many are trying to capitalize on infographics. But why do so many fall short of achieving these goals, only to fill the Internet with yet another forgettable infographic?


We can attest that behind every successful infographic lies a process involving much more than taking statistics and turning them into a visual format. A well-produced infographic typically combines attributes from search marketing, public relations, journalism and visual design schools of thought.


Read more: http://bit.ly/wlDqcF

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