This week on Cloud News Review
Google Drive has made a update to their system in which you can now edit Microsoft Office documents in which you couldn’t before. The update comes after the non-compatibility complaints between Google Docs and Office documents. Normally users would have to convert the file or use a third party editor to leave comments and edit Microsoft documents.
According to Cisco’s Global Cloud Index, cloud computing will be replacing data centers in roughly a three year time period. They say things like smart cars and smart houses will have a drastic increase. These smart connections are expected to reach 13.7 billion, up from 5.8 billion in 2016.
An article by Business News Daily discusses how Amazon Web Services is not just for mega corporations but for small business users as well. The article goes on to say how the biggest benefit that AWS provides is giving the “building blocks” for creating a software and solutions for your business.
Skype has announced that they are applying a new security measure to their system that will protect your messages from hackers and other online threats by encryption. The security program is not in affect just yet and they are working on a version that would protect your video calls which is still in beta testing.