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The promise and perils of replacing your hard drive with Dropbox

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Dropbox's plan to replace your hard drive with seamless storage in the sky sounds awesome—except for the for the parts that don't.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, July 19, 2013 6:27 PM

I thought that the above graphic best depicted the story. I think, a user perceives it to be a greater disaster if it happened in the cloud. Almost like a hard disk crash would have been less to worry about. But who can blame them?

 

Although users are scared to blindly trust the cloud, many don't realise how much they already use the Public Cloud, and they do that without the slightest worry. It will happen in time, but not for this moment.

 

Noneheless, Dropbox is postioning to be first, which is good.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Stealth IT | The Consumerization of IT

INFOGRAPHIC: Stealth IT | The Consumerization of IT | Easy Ways To Get Your Own List | Scoop.it

The mobile transformation is at the intersection of every large IT trend including cloud, big data and application modernization. Think about the major changes ITwill face over the next five to ten years.

 

As more people become comfortable with technology, new strains will be placed on the IT group, which will have to adapt to meet evolving business demands. Tablets and smart phones will continue to be white-hot technologies that spans between the consumer and business worlds.

 

CIOs needs to tackle issues such as BYOD and the consumerization of IT so they can build a stronger partnership with the workforce in order to tackle future transformational projects.


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