In our final highlight clip, our TechLines panel discuss what happens if your cloud backup fails to stick to standards, and how you can avoid cloud-related disasters.
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In the latest highlight from our TechLines video panel, our experts consider whether Australia will be able to sustain its own cloud hosting providers and the impact of the NBN on how we might use cloud applications.
If you didn't catch our TechLines video panel live last week, we'll be offering up the tastiest bits as easy-to-digest segments. To kick things off, the panel grapple with defining the sometimes amorphous concept of cloud computing.
There's been lots of discussion about using cloud technologies to make business more efficient, and our forthcoming TechLines panel will take an in-depth look at the benefits and the pitfalls. How heavily has cloud computing already impacted your workplace?
"Father of the Internet" Vint Cerf reckonsreckons that cloud computing is great, but that it needs standards for systems to communicate. Sendmail pioneer Eric Allman argues that too many people fail to realise that cloud computing involves a return to computing approaches from decades ago.
Our forthcoming Techlines panel discussion is going to examine a wide range of issues surrounding the pros and cons of cloud computing. One topic that's sure to get an airing is the question of how different cloud environments can communicate with each other, which has also been on a hot topic at Linux.conf.au this week.
We told you last week about some of the cool tech that's in use at the Australian Open. One of the most impressive uses of technology is one that's less evident to people using the site: the use of cloud computing systems to ensure the Australian Open web site can cope with large visitor surges during the event.
Our TechLines video panel on the future of email last year was a big hit, so TechLines is returning in 2011. At midday on February 17, a panel of experts will tackle the issue of cloud computing and how it can help businesses work more effectively.
Loads of people tuned in for our special TechLines discussion on the future of email a fortnight ago, but if you couldn't find the time, here's the edited version of the live broadcast, compressing all the insight from our expert panel into half-an-hour of insights into the future of email and workplace communications. Don't miss it!
If you didn't catch today's TechLines panel session, you can rewatch it at your leisure. If you want to take some practical steps to improve your use of email, here's five suggestions raised by the panel which you can try in your own workplace.
Did you miss TechLines, Lifehacker's live television event on the future of email? You can catch up with the all-star panel now.
Planning for our upcoming TechLines video event has got me thinking about how I'd like email to fit better into my work life. Here's five areas where I'd like to see improvements.
It's just a week until our live TechLines video event! Make sure you're part of the excitement by telling us how you'd improve office communications or sharing your blog thoughts on how to make email better.
Last week we asked for your best ways to improve office communications as input for our upcoming Techlines video event . If a single comment field isn't enough to contain your thoughts, we're also looking for the best blog entries on a similar theme: what would you do to improve email?