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How to Use Pinterest for Videos, SlideShares and Podcasts

How to Use Pinterest for Videos, SlideShares and Podcasts | Cloud Central | Scoop.it

Do you only share images on Pinterest? Would you like to share other content to grow your Pinterest followers and other social networks? You can also share videos, SlideShares and audio podcasts and extend your exposure in those networks thanks to Pinterest. In this article I'll explain how you can use Pinterest to increase exposure and result in more plays.

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Here are a few things you can do when creating an image for your video:

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Video: Cloud Computing: Innovative Cloud Solutions from IBM

Cloud computing plays a vital role in helping executives bring their companies into the future. Learn how innovative cloud solutions are opening new possibilities for Kaiser Permanente, ING, Navistar, Bharti Airtel, and others.
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With WeVideo, you can edit video in the cloud, then share it

With WeVideo, you can edit video in the cloud, then share it | Cloud Central | Scoop.it
The Internet has long been a great place to express yourself in words. But two of the biggest trends on the Web, cloud computing and social networks, are also making it a great place to express yourself with images — to create visual art alone or in collaboration with others, and then share what you create with as many people as you dare.
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Translation in the cloud: Interview with Michael Meinhardt of Cloudwords.com

Cloudwords provides a “translation management platform” that lets companies transparently and efficiently manage the selection of a translation vendor and the project of getting their work translated through a single, easy-to-use system.
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How Cloud Computing is Changing the Movie Industry | Videos

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How Cloud Computing is Changing the Movie Industry go.tagjag.com Lionsgate Entertainment is giant force in the film industry, managing the production...
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Harvard Business Review: Ways to Explore Cloud Computing

Harvard Business Review: Ways to Explore Cloud Computing | Cloud Central | Scoop.it

Video: Andrew McAfee, principal research scientist, MIT Center for Digital Business, offers three suggestions for experimentation.

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Amazon Offers Video Conversion Over The Cloud

Amazon Offers Video Conversion Over The Cloud | Cloud Central | Scoop.it
Convert your online on the cloud with Amazon Elastic Transcoder and distribute over various platform.
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Video Conversion which involves dealing with large files might still be a rather daunting task in locations where internet speed is sub-standard. I wonder though if this will ruffle feathers again such as in the recording industry.

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New Career Website Lets Job Seekers Upload Video Resumes

New Career Website Lets Job Seekers Upload Video Resumes | Cloud Central | Scoop.it

A new career website that launched on Monday aims to be a one-stop shop for hiring managers and job seekers.

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How Big Will Cloud Computing be in 2015? Consider the Cupcake

http://www.cisco.com/go/cloudindex An animation telling the story of datacenter traffic growth, through the scope of the back office of a cupcake bakery. Transcript: How big will cloud computing be in 2015? Consider the cupcake. When you interact with a business -- such as a bakery -- your request is sent to a datacenter. The order entry datacenter stores your information, authenticates it, and synchronizes it with other systems. For many businesses, this internal processing can generate as much as 80% of the datacenter traffic. From there, another 15% of your baker's datacenter traffic comes from sending the order to the factory datacenter where it's put into production. Finally, the last 5% of traffic is generated by the confirmation notice of your cupcake order. So while you don't see it, the total traffic generated from a single order can multiply exponentially, and that can be a challenge for businesses and service providers to handle. This global datacenter traffic reached 1.1 zettabytes in 2010, and will grow more than four-fold to 4.8 zettabytes by 2015. Of that, Cloud traffic is growing two-times faster than traditional data center traffic. While in 2010, only 21% of workloads were processed through the cloud, by 2015, that figure will jump to 57%. More workloads moving to the cloud means less complexity in the datacenter, improved economies of scale, and most importantly, more cupcakes.
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Father of Google Apps: How Google entered the cloud

At the GigaOm Net:Work conference in San Francisco, Google's Rajen Sheth talks about how the product development of Gmail inspired Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and Eric Schmidt to embrace cloud computing. The three at first "soundly rejected the idea" of Gmail because he was pitching it as packaged software, Sheth says. A few months later he came back with the concept of putting Gmail in the cloud.
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Motley Fool: 3 Ways to Play Cloud Computing

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Video: In today's edition, they discuss how investors can play the cloud computing trend. Dave offers up three broad strategies with a couple of stock ideas for each. Dave also mentions the ones he is considering for his real-money portfolio.

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