Category Archives: Anytime Access

Google Apps “Ecosystem” – 47 Stats about it

Google Apps has achieved the ripe old age of 7.  Brought to life in August 2006, the original offering had 4 basic services – gMail, gCalendar, Docs and PageMaker.  To express how fast and how much Google Apps has expanded … Continue reading

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Google Shared Docs – can now live in “both Worlds”

Email remains a mainstream method of electronic communication, a key feature being ability to send an “email attachment (file)” to virtually any other email address. But the ways of sharing are changing. Cloud computing is allowing direct “File Sharing” between … Continue reading

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DENVER demonstrates serious Tech Entrepreneur Muscle

In the recent 30 days Denver’s Tech scene demonstrated its PRESENCE in the tech world in a very public way.  Four events (below) highlighted different aspects, ranging from award presentations to Tech Hub network announcements with the common thread of … Continue reading

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Legal – Compelling Reason To Use “Google Apps FOR BUSINESS” vs “Google Apps”

Enterprise level companies are often aware of elements of law that SMB (Small Medium Business) aren’t, because historically they have more varied exposure. However, today SMB (Small Medium Businesses) have nearly the same legal exposures large firms do. At one … Continue reading

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piezoelectricity — Charging cell phones via sound?

It always amazes me how devices that appear “seemingly simple” on the outside – are result of some very complex science and technology.  Apple/iPhone and the many Android phones are prime examples.  Deceptively simple looking and light-weight rectangles made up … Continue reading

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Just Ask – before you fill in that requested private data…

Bob Siegel is a privacy expert, and like us also a typical consumer. A recent experience he had when looking for a new doctor highlights why it is reasonable (and prudent) to question vendor inquires for personal data. There are … Continue reading

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The CLOUD: the PC evolves to PDC (Personal Data Center)

Recently I reflected on the reality my standard mobile phone (HTC Evo 4G running Android 4.1.1 / Jelly Bean) provides me a level of  “Super Computing” in the palm of my hand!  How is that? – ANS: The CLOUD evolution. … Continue reading

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Should removing “Your Privacy” be someone else’s “For Profit” Business?

Isn’t this really crossing the line on Privacy Violation? My recent posts address the reality that we must take personal responsibility and specific action at times to retain the level of privacy we desire.  However when it happens without our … Continue reading

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The Seesaw ride between PRIVACY and TRANSPARENCY

Academic and institutional articles go on at great length discussing theoretical relationships between Privacy and Transparency.  In practical terms I see it similar to riding a seesaw, a constant exchange of one for the other.  One may be tempted to … Continue reading

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Privacy is Elusive – but should we be Giving it away?

Privacy – the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves and thereby reveal themselves selectively. Certainly something that qualifies as “intangible”, but none the less often highly valued.  Prior to the information age, Privacy … Continue reading

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