Tag: personal cloud

Exploring the Future . . . and Helping Your Find Your Future

Rethinking Creating and Containers

Fifth of a Series of Blog Posts from Maremel’s White Paper: Opening Pandora’s Digital Box   Rethinking Creating and “Containers” Work flow for creation may have shifted to more digital pathways, but most discussions assume a formal media delivery of a finished, locked product.  Products have rules based on their media segment, with set delivery…
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Owned vs. Newly Purchased Media

Fifth of a Series of Blog Posts from Maremel’s White Paper: Opening Pandora’s Digital Box Challenge: Fates of Owned Media vs. Newly Purchased Media Will it be worth the consumer’s while to convert old to new?  Time and convenience have been trumping cost in many instances.  iCloud from iTunes, for example, provides clean tracks to replace…
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Personal Cloud

Second of a Series of Blog Posts from Maremel’s White Paper: Opening Pandora’s Digital Box   Cloud: Assumptions and Definitions Shared content and services on the Internet is not new.  Cloud computing expands shared services with a concept of shared infrastructure elements, which deliver shared content and platforms as an interconnected system.  NIST framed cloud computing as:…
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Digital “Storage” of our Digital “Stuff”

First of a Series of Blog Posts from Maremel’s White Paper: Opening Pandora’s Digital Box   “Storage”: An interesting word in the context of “digital stuff.”  Like the word “collect,” storage implies that it is our “digital stuff,” that we have ownership rights to it. Storage, as a social metaphor, brings with it context from…
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