Small architecture practice and the Cloud

What follows is a presentation we made this morning to the Australian Institute of Architect‘s Small Practice Forum, providing an introduction to cloud computing and argument for its benefits to small architecture practice.

All characters appearing in this presentation are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

practice and the cloud 01 practice and the cloud 02 practice and the cloud 03 practice and the cloud 04 practice and the cloud 05 practice and the cloud 06 practice and the cloud 07 An overview of cloud computing can be viewed here.

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The Dropbox website can be accessed here.

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Dropbox pricing is available here, and details on the Prackrat upgrade here.

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Minimal folio can be downloaded from iTunes here.

practice and the cloud 19 practice and the cloud 20 practice and the cloud 21 practice and the cloud 22 practice and the cloud 23 practice and the cloud 24 practice and the cloud 25 practice and the cloud 26 practice and the cloud 27The Trello website can be accessed here.

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The Harvest website can be accessed here.

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  1. nice work WM. need to try out trello & harvest – lets just say its a little bit of an upgrade from excell or even better post it notes

  2. Excellent easy to read description Warwick.
    There are so many options out there.
    Did you ever check out sugersync? I personally find it a little more flexible than dB.

    1. Hi Andrew, Stuart Harrison presented Sugarsync alongside my introduction to Dropbox. I feel what it gains in flexibility it loses in reliability and cleanliness. A bit like the Mac environment, I love the simple strategy of Dropbox.

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