Category Archives: Video Calling

en•a•ble – what CLOUD computing (SAAS) does for business

Enable is my “one word” description of computing as we enter 2014.  A simple 6 letter word that means “to supply one with the means, knowledge, or opportunity; to make able.” it does NOT MEAN force or mandate it does … Continue reading

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Google Multi-mode Communication – a Cool Secret in Plain Sight

How many have experienced the event of repeatedly looking at or walking right past an item you were searching for?  I bet nearly everyone would have to abmit to saying Yes!  Or how many times have you said “I wish … Continue reading

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TV meets Web and Web meets TV – Google TV

Last week, the annual Google I|O Developer’s conference became the setting for presentation and  announcement of the new Google TV offering.  With 7 CEO’s from leading technology companies all together on one stage – the promise of an idea (blending … Continue reading

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160,000 feel “…The Need For Speed”

So what do Google users and the the movie “Top Gun”  (a story of the elite Naval Fighter Pilot School of the same name) have in common? Easy, the “…need for speed”!  Beside putting Tom Cruise’s film career on hype-speed, … Continue reading

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Why Gmail has a reputation for Simplicity

During the holiday a few people asked me if Gmail (basic component of www.GAFYD.net) is really much different from other email.   YES – for one, its user interface and email management are well known for simplicity. When was the last … Continue reading

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Will E-mail soon be called E-comm ?

The 1st in a series of 6-8 blog posts highlighting E-mail’s progression to becoming a general E-communications software, with focus on Google’s G-mail (a core component of the www.GAFYD.net offering.) Email, email, email – seems endless at times!  We often … Continue reading

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Cost vs Value of "Real Time" communication

It goes without argument that “live / real time / eye to eye” communications are most effective for genuine relationship building. Person to person in the same location is obviously the best way, but telephone calls are also considered “real … Continue reading

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