Unintentional cloud computing

There’s much market-noise about cloud computing, however my online world (from the applications I use to the files I access) largely resides locally on my home PC. And yet I found myself yesterday unintentially defaulting to the cloud. Let me explain. I spend the majority of my working week working from my home office. I am connected to my corporate network via a VPN, allowing me to access the same files that would be available to me were I sat at my office desk. I’m currently working on a report looking at the impact of mass-market adoption of smartphones on … Continue reading Unintentional cloud computing