The Bible says “The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth,” but these days “Geeks” have inherited the Earth. The Bible also says God created Earth in seven days. Yet, it seems to take “Geeks” about that long to improve upon a new technology.
Take cloud technology, a pretty revolutionary concept!
Instead of your computer housing files on your hard drive, you store them on “that great hard drive way up in the clouds.
If you’re working with a team, everyone can work on the same project at the same time. You would think cloud technology would be the end of this process, but it’s not.
Once “Geeks” are exposed to new technology, they take that technology apart so they can improve it.
However, TeamDrive has developed a slightly different cloud technology application. Their software is designed for secure synchronization and collaboration over the Internet. Once you save a folder on your hard drive, your TeamDrive software automatically creates a one-to-one online copy. If you change your original copy, TeamDrive automatically changes the other copies that have been created. When working on a group project, others in your group will have easy access to your original file after you’ve given them an invite.
While you have invited your coworkers to be part of your TeamDrive group, you’re still in control of your material. Think of TeamDrive like a party at your house. You invite guests to come and have a good time, but reserve the right to kick them out because you’re the guy paying the house note.
Of course, when you’re dealing with software that appears as wide open as TeamDrive, your first fear has to be security. If you can invite guests to your TeamDrive party, how do you keep those unwanted cyber-party crashers out and your intellectual property secure? According to TeamDrive’s YouTube video, it is the only cloud technology company with their own digital privacy protection seal.
TeamDrive’s niche is providing a secure scalable platform where business users can sync, share and collaborate beyond their company’s internal Internet walls. The customer has the choice of using TeamDrive’s Personal Server or their Enterprise Server designed especially for large companies.
TeamDrive offers total privacy & maximum security for it’s users, but what happens if the hard drive on your computer crashes? Is your team’s hard work gone because your hard drive was home of the source document for the entire project? Fear not, your data will be safe somewhere in “The Clouds.” You simply have to copy your TeamDrive file back to your computer, then you and your team are making magic again. Your office files, photos, music and videos can be accessed via TeamDrive even when you’re offline.
At this beginning of our flight into cloud technology, we can’t imagine our final destination, but you can bet your last dollar that “Geeks” are creating new places in “The Clouds” for us “mere mortals” to call our new homes.
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