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Apple, welcome to the cloud

By: Karl Mamer 6/8/2011 1:55 PM

Welcome, Apple, to the cloud. June 6, 2011 Apple announced its new iCloud service. For Cloud companies like yours truly (BlueCamroo) Apple's entry into the cloud raises all boats. The run up to iCloud helped push cloud computing into the headlines of major media organizations like CNN.

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Introducing BlueCamroo Social CRM: Social Network Scout

By: Karl Mamer 10/28/2010 12:18 PM

Social Networking sites like Twitter and LinkedIn are increasingly being used by people to make purchase decisions, request product help, and sway opinion. Social Networking can be a great source of new leads, business intelligence, and understanding how customers are advocating for - or against - your products.

Cloud computing, New Releases, Social Media, Social Networking, Social Network Scout

Tweet for more leads

By: Karl Mamer 9/30/2010 3:59 PM

Think of social media like web addresses back in the mid-1990s. Even companies like McDonald's couldn't really understand why they wanted to register a web address. At a minimum, lock up your company or personal name before someone else does. Just as you began to find new ways to incorporate the Internet itself into business, you will slowly begin to find ways to incorporate your social media sites into your business.

Business life, Cloud computing, Social Media, Social Networking

Computer history has always been "clouded"

By: Karl Mamer 1/8/2010 11:34 AM

Cloud Computing: An Establish Model with a 40-Year Pedigree

Although Cloud Computing is touted as a new way of delivering applications, Cloud Computing has been an established business model since the 1960s when it was called a "time sharing system". In the time-sharing model, several "dumb" terminals (keyboards and monitors lacking CPUs) were networked to a mainframe or mini-computer, usually in a hub-and-spoke topology. Applications and data resided on the mainframe. Input was received via the terminal keyboard and output was then directed to the appropriate terminal monitor.

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Reaching into the Cloud

By: Karl Mamer 1/4/2010 2:19 PM

Sometimes in order to improve your business, you have to extend your reach. Sometimes that reach is to other target customers, sometimes to new suppliers, and sometimes to new technology. Reaching out is usually what takes our businesses to the next level.

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