Results: hey, look at that! Samsung Cloud does have some customers…

Nowadays, there are tons of cloud providers out there, and some manufacturers also offer the service to their loyal users. Samsung, for example, offers anyone with a Samsung Account 15 GB of cloud storage for free, with two tiers to upgrade to — 50 GB for $1 monthly, or 200 GB for $3 per month. But there are tons of other cloud services out there that have been around for longer and offer integration with more 3rd party apps. Dropbox, Box.net, Drive, OneDrive often appear as file import options on a ton of apps out there.

With Google Drive and Google Photos out there, and with every Samsung …


This list of cool vape cloud GIFs is a minefield of college application links, so your son has to click at least one

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We understand you want your rebellious teen to go to college, so we’ve laced this list of cool vape cloud GIFs with college application links so your son has to accidentally click at least one. Don’t worry, we won’t tell.

Hell yeah, it’s time for some lit big vape cloud GIFs.  

Haha, sick

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This one is wearing a horse mask, fuck yeah

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This one has a smaller circle going through a bigger circle and it looks cool as hell

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A vape girl? Now that’s even better

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Use this cloud tool to revolutionize your workflow for less than $40

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What do employees at HBO, Spotify, Facebook, Netflix, MailChimp, Amazon, FourSquare, The New York Times, Tumblr, Etsy, BuzzFeed, and GitHub all have in common? Answer: They trust CloudApp with their content. Built to make collaboration seamless and easy, this all-inclusive platform allows you to share just about anything with your team while integrating productivity services like HipChat and Slack to streamline your workflow. 

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Deal: Get the cloud based Nextbit Robin from eBay for $99.99

The Nextbit Robin is now available on eBay for just $99.99. The cloud based device features 32GB of native storage and another 100GB in the cloud. When the phone is on a Wi-Fi network and plugged in, apps and photos are automatically backed up. Once you’re down to the last 2GB of free native storage, the Robin automatically sends some of your less active apps to the cloud, opening up some space for new apps. Then, if you ever need once of the backed up titles, the phone quickly sends it down from the cloud so that you can use it.

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Do you pay for extra cloud storage (Drive, iCloud, OneDrive etc.)? How much do you need?

We live in the era of mobile computing, or even post-PC era if you will. Our smartphones are used to access everything from the funny picture we took at that one party, to our favorite music, to that document that we need to be printed for the meeting. And handsets also come with the limitation of sometimes having quite the small storage space.

So, cloud services have emerged — storing your data on a server far away, you can still access it from absolutely any device. In fact, a lot of times it’s easier and faster to just Google Drive a document to yourself, instead of looking for a cable …

Do you store your photos on the cloud and which service do you use?

Gone are the days of camera films with 30-something poses limiting us to only photographing the “important moments”. Gone are the days of 16 GB storage options severely crippling our phone’s image and video storing capabilities. Now, we can take dozens of shots of that one rose we saw on the way to work, and we have some pretty hefty room and great cloud services that help us keep and transfer our memorabilia across devices, potentially keeping them forever.

Google’s Photos service is among the most popular ones out there since it gives you infinite storage for your images, as long as you …

Hello there #2: Microsoft to lay off thousands of employees because of the cloud

According to TheVerge, Microsoft is about to lay off thousands of employees soon due to a reorganization that aims to put emphasis on Redmond’s cloud business. Tha majority of the staff that will be let go is part of Microsoft’s sales workforce. 

While there’s no information about the specific amount of people that will be sent home with a pink slip in the pocket, it’s heavily hinted that the final tally will reach the thousands though it likely won’t exceed 3,000 positions. That’s around 10% of the company’s sales staff.
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In no time, in front of our eyes, cloud, the term which remained confined to weather alone, and as a discipline well understood and entertained only by the meteorological department staff, has become a buzz of the day. Sounds strange, but yes, and we are drenched with the shower, but in a complete different way. The tangent of cloud technology touches the lives of hundreds and millions of technology enthusiasts today, and businesses are almost crazy about it.

Out of the several facets of the cloud technology, by means of which it’s benefitting people to dispense performance and stay connected and entertained, cloud storage service is a prominent one. Currently, 600 million personal users are availing cloud-based subscriptions and by 2017, the figure is expected to go beyond 1200 million, according to the IHS iSuppli Mobile and Wireless Communications Service. Businesses and enterprises are perceiving it as a game changer. Gartner, the renowned information technology and research firm, calculated the corporate expenses on cloud services for the year 2013 to be at $ 131 billion. And by no surprise, cloud storage services along with other constituents like cloud computing and print services under the umbrella of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (I-a-a-S) platform remained the fastest-growing segment of the cloud market. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of the I-a-a-S elements through 2016 is estimated at 41.3 percent. Though, the market dynamics across the globe is not expected stay homogenous. In its report, the emerging markets in Asia/Pacific, Latin America, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa were depicted as top gainers, in terms of adoption, though in terms of volume or investment they will represent the smallest one. China is expected to lead the region both in terms of growth and investment. Developed markets, including North America, Western Europe, Japan and the mature Asia/Pacific countries will share the biggest pie of the cloud adoption, but growth factor is to remain average.

There are a range of factors fostering the growth of cloud storage services; quick and anywhere data accessibility, increased data availability, impeccable data security, and system virtualization to reduce total cost of ownership, are a few to name. Considering globalization, on-the-move lifestyle, increasing risk and e-threats, demanding regulatory compliance, increasing computing platform diversity and bring your own device (BYOD) culture at workplaces, it has become significant for individuals and businesses both to own a cloud storage subscription to stay competent and productive anywhere, anytime.

Vast opportunity linked with the cloud storage services has created an intense competition among different IT giants. Below is a brief outline of some popular cloud storage services:

Amazon Cloud Drive

Available on: Windows, Mac, Web, Android, iOS, and Kindle

Free storage: 5 GB. Plans are available starting at just $ 10 a year.

Amazon Cloud Player

Available on: PC, Mac, Web, Kindle Fire, iPad, Android, iPhone, Automotive and Roku, Samsung TV, & Sonos
Free storage: 5GB

Apart from storing songs, people can buy songs and albums from their favorite artists. The platform contains a huge collection – 20 million songs and over 1 million albums.

Apple iCloud

Available on: Mac, PC, Web and iOS
Free storage: up to 5GB for free

Apple iTunes Match

Available on: Mac, PC, Web and iOS
Free storage: up to 5GB for free

Dropbox

Available on: Linux and Blackberry, Windows, Mac OS X, Android and iOS
Free storage: up to 2GB for free

Google Drive

Available on: Linux and Blackberry, Windows, Mac OS X, Android and iOS
Free storage: 15GB (exemption to photos below 2048×2048 resolution, and videos shorter than fifteen minutes)

Microsoft OneDrive (Formerly known as SkyDrive)

Available on: Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Xbox.
Free storage: 7GB with the account creation, extendable up to 18GB (including referral 5GB per friend and camera)

BackupRunner

Available on: Windows, Mac, Android and iOS
Free storage: 5GB

All most all cloud storage services are accessible through apps or browser. Thus, data is dispersed on the Web, and can be access across any platforms, including desktops, laptops and handheld devices like tablets and smartphones.

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Apple’s Cloud Storage Pricing & Plans at 2016

Apple updated own Cloud Storage pricing and plans strategy for fall 2015 – spring 2016. Today you can see new iCloud Price for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. It’s very nice news for all, who have “old” 20GB, 200GB and 1TB plans.

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How much icloud storage do i need?

5GB – Free. Hmmm.

50GB – $0.99. Very nice price for emails, messages and storage.

200GB – $2.99. Best storage plan for photos, downloads.

1TB (1024GB) – $9.99. Best iCloud storage plan for your business.

With Apple iCloud Storage, we can safely store all our documents in iCloud and access them from our iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or even PC. It’s very nice for business and lifestyle. And on your iOS device, those documents are easier than ever to find — thanks to the new Apple’s iCloud Srtvice app built into iOS 9, which lets you access all the files you store in iCloud from one convenient place.