OneDrive for Business, formerly SkyDrive Pro, provides users with 1TB of cloud storage. Please note that OneDrive for Business (enterprise software) is not the same as the OneDrive service Microsoft offers to individuals. For additional information on the differences, see How is OneDrive for Business different from OneDrive? http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/what-is-skydrive-pro-HA102822076.aspx#_How_does_SkyDrive Illustrated PDF Guide: Setup Guide… Continue Reading »
Working with Images in the Cloud
Have more fun with your digital photos this summer! This session will explore ways to save, edit and share your images online (i.e. the cloud). We will also explore creative ways to work with images to create digital stories and traditional (paper) books. Participants are encouraged to bring their own digital images or can work from a bank of “stock” files.
click here for a PDF version of the Flickr presentation.
click here for a PDF version of the Digital Story presentation.
Web-based Photo Editors
There are some free online photo editing tools available for use. Some of the most popular include:
Snapfish – Integrates with Flickr; Photo Books, Cards, Calendars, Prints, Photo Gifts
Shutterfly – Photo Books, Cards, Calendars, Prints, Photo Gifts
Tiny Prints – Photo Books, Invitations, Cards, Photo Gifts
Minted – Beautiful high-end cards and art
Blurb – Photo Books
Mixbooks – Import images from facebook and Picassa (Google product) really nice photo books,
Mpix – Check out the really neat fun stuff section
Moo Cards – Business Cards
File Storage in the Cloud
What are your thoughts on Google Drive or Cloud File Storage in general? Please leave your comments below…
2012 February 03
Android – Working in the Cloud
click here for the presentation file (pdf)
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These sessions will cover two products that will make you more productive by being more mobile. First, Evernote is an application that allows you to create and synchronize notes across all of your devices, including Android tablets / smartphones, iOS tablets / smartphones, Blackberry smartphones, and your computer(s). Secondly, Dropbox is an application that allows you to synchronize documents across multiple computers and mobile devices. It also provides an easy way to share files with others. This is the ultimate solution for anyone who has a hard time remembering to back up files since the application does it for you automatically!