Apple co-founder Wozniak believes Cloud Computing is a brewing storm
Coming years can create problem for increasing dependency on cloud. According to Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, the more data we transfer onto the cloud the lesser control we have over it. Consumers and businesses have rapidly expanded cloud use in recent years to access applications, data, and services. The majority of businesses are now dependent on the cloud and many could experience irreparable damage. Also the major problem could be the data does not remain our own.
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Green Lion Digital takes the burden off of businesses with its vendor reporting solution
Green Lion Digital, a full-service consulting agency and technology firm located in Wyckoff N.J., is taking the burden off of retail and manufacturing businesses with its SaaS reporting solution. “Green Lion Digital came into the market and broke the traditional model of distributive reporting,” said Tom Murphy, CEO of Green Lion Digital. It was designed to specifically solve the need in the retail industry where managing key vendor relationships are critical to successful supply chain management. The benefits of the GLD Reports solution are seen at the retailer and the vendor partner, saving both time and money.
Are Apple & Google going after Square?
Square’s latest deal with coffee king, Starbucks, has underscored how compelling the mobile payment space is and which players plan to fight over it. So will leading players like Google and Apple go behind Square? With mobile payment such an area of growth and development, it makes sense that these players have invested in identification security with cloud capabilities. Starbucks invested $25 million into Square, and the mobile payment company will begin processing credit and debit transactions at 7,000 Starbucks locations in the United States starting this fall. With this we can think world without cash?
Avaya expands collaboration to phones and tablets
Aura Conferencing 7.0 a new business collaboration platform was introduced Avaya an Enterprise communication systems developer on Tuesday. It allows for session-based, unified voice and web collaboration from anywhere using desktop Macs or PCs, tablets, and smartphones. The company also announced availability of its Avaya Flare Experience for the Apple iPad and Microsoft Windows-based PCs and laptops, along with a new version of its Avaya Aura unified communications platform and expanded mobility for the Avaya Communication Server 1000.