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Wondering how a Virtual Desktop (ie: Desktops in the Cloud) works?  If you want to know how to access one, we have the details in video!

Virtual Desktops (aka cloud desktops) are the way of the future, and I felt that the best way to gain a true sense of appreciation for the “groundbreaking-ness” of a Cloud Desktop as a radical innovation is to see it in action. So Renee and I created a clear and concise video demonstration / tutorial of how to use an iPad and iPhone 4 (as a tether) to carry your desktop with you everywhere you go.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

 

With so many iPhone 5 rumors swirling, we thought we’d write a post to set the record straight!

Renee published an article yesterday about the iPhone 5 on the tech site MWD (Mixed Web Data) and I have to say I loved it. Now some of you may be thinking that I actually have to say that I loved it, because I’m working with Renee on SheBytes  for the summer, but the truth is that Renee’s awesome, in that she pretty much gives me free reign as a poster and contributor to SheBytes.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Wondering how to sync your iPad 2 /iPhone 4 bookmarks with your PC or Mac browser?  You can use iTunes to sync.  Just connect the device to iTunes.  Click on the iPad/ iPhone tab in  iTunes > Info > Other. Check ‘Sync bookmarks with’ and choose your preferred browser.  Simple!

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Now your restaurant menu can be digital with Aptito! 

Aptito is brilliant! Now before I get barraged with all of the standard questions that I’m sure are brought on by this concise statement such as: What is Aptito? Why are they brilliant? Does Aptito have any affiliation with “Tito”; (the rotund Hawaiian surfer from the hit Nickelodeon  cartoon series “Rocket Power”), who has a particular fondness for food? Please allow me to qualify those first three words, and answer each of those questions.

 
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Daring to be different is no easy task; especially for women! 

This morning I read through a special McKinsey & Company report, by Joanna Barsh and Lareina Yee titled: “Unlocking the full potential of women in the U.S. economy” . Although the report, 5 full pages, was a little lengthy for my taste, it presented numerous fascinating observations made after much thorough research and contemplation. In short, the report posits that a surefire way to increase GDP, employment, productivity and overall U.S. economic activity is to focus corporate efforts on making certain that women achieve the same roles as men in the workplace.

 
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iCloud fever! 

Apple has undoubtedly done some truly innovative things with its creativity since that fateful day of its founding on April 1, 1976 .It released the first “Macintosh Computer” (ubiquitously known now as just a Mac) in 1984, a machine that isn’t exactly the sexiest or most attractive gadget  in the world to us now, but back then was actually pretty fancy stuff.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

Social Media is changing the landscape of, well… everything.  Even baking.  Check out these Social Media cookies!

My friend and fellow technologist Dawn Doherty re-tweeted this really awesome article by Katie Lance: An Impressive Example: Getting Social Media Right.  I thought Katie’s story was so phenomenal, I had to repost. 

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt


WABC Radio live (http://wabcradio.com) with The SBA (@The_SBA)

This past Saturday, I had the unique opportunity to discuss Cloud Computing on the radio!  It was on the Small Business Authority Hour on WABC Radio in New York. This week’s program was 100% focused on cloud computing (a subject I know quite a bit about :) ).  Cloud Computing is viewed as the most important trend for business owners over the course of the next five years.

June 4th, 2011 – WABC Radio – 4:00PM Segment

 
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Imagine running Windows 7 on an iPad… sounds cool?  It’s real!  Cloud Desktops make it possible.  A Virtual Cloud Desktop is a personal, centralized computer located in the Cloud. Using any Internet connected device or thin client (i.e. an iPad), you can access your desktop from anywhere in the world.

 
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12HoursOfTech (12hoursoftech.com), part of NY Internet Week (@12hoursoftech)
This Wednesday, 8 June 2011 I’ll be speaking at Smallbiztechnology.com’s 12HoursOfTech, part of NY Internet Week.  I will be sharing the stage with Rackspace CTO, John Engates as we discuss: No Servers and No Software –What Is Cloud Computing and How To Leverage It For Your Business. We will be talking about Cloud Computing across the country and about Cloud Desktop Providers NYC. The event will be held at Microsoft’s offices in Midtown, Manhattan from 9:30 – 5:30, followed by a reception which is open to all..
June 8th, 2011 – 12HoursOfTech

Key Speaker on Cloud Computing with Rackspace CTO at http://12hoursoftech.com

 
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