With the emergence of Web 2.0 and the proliferation of new digital technologies, there is a growing public demand for free, accessible, and engaging online content, extending to the realm
Say 'digital assets' and instantly eyes glaze, in a way wearily familiar to those of us who try and interest our friends and family in the details of the technologies we all rely on.
Ever wondered how the Internet works and what all these terms and abbreviations stand for? You don't have to be an engineer to understand it.
Most of us rely heavily on cloud services. The use of Gmail, Google docs, FlickR, Dropbox, iTunes are but a very few, common examples of cloud services which allow us to store our data online.
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