Cloud Computing?

If it's all new to you, check out this page:

  • What is "cloud computing"?
  • Working "in the cloud"?
  • Learning "in the cloud"?



What is cloud computing?

Here's what Wikipedia says...

Cloud computing is a phrase used to describe a variety of computing concepts that involve a large number of computers connected through a real-time communication network such as the Internet.[1] In science, cloud computing is a synonym for distributed computingover a network, and means the ability to run a program or application on many connected computers at the same time.
The phrase is often used in reference to network-based services, which appear to be provided by real server hardware, and are in fact served up by virtual hardware, simulated by software running on one or more real machines. Such virtual servers do not physically exist and can therefore be moved around and scaled up or down on the fly without affecting the end user, somewhat like a cloud.
In common usage, the term "the cloud" is essentially a metaphor for the Internet.


Working "in the cloud"?

Do you know that it is perfectly possible to create and maintain all your business documents "in the cloud", free of charge?

We can coach you in starting to use of Google drive, Dropbox and many other free tools available for everybody.



Huge benefits for active organizations are waiting, especially the collaboration possibilities among people and groups...

Don't hesitate to call us for a free demonstration!

Once you get used to this way, you won't go back to files on your PCs...



Learning "in the cloud"?

This is what people dreamed of in the 19th century:

"In the XXI century school"
From "Visions of the Year 2000" by Jean-Marc Côté, written in 1899... (Check out the complete collection at Paleofuture)


Today, the internet gives us an incredibly effective means of delivering learning materials to your people about anything, anywhere, anytime!




Did you know that also for this need there are free tools with incredible features?

We continuously follow the developments in the on-line learning field, especially the "OPEN SOURCE" tools. For example an LMS system: There are several hundred commercial systems available. But also nearly hundred free open source LMS systems. We have found some very interesting ones we'd love to show you!

If you are considering to develop and deploy e-learning for your company or organization, do not hesitate to ask our advice and demonstration of what is possible with free tools today. Check out the video clips below to get an idea of how it works...

We know that it takes courage and open thinking to accept this but you will see: It's worth it!