NOV 3 2014 Document Collaboration. WOOT WOOT

Today I am not late.


Today we learned about Document Collaboration. That is, as stated by Wikipedia to be the “the tools or systems set up to help multiple people work together on a single document or file to achieve a single final version.” We focused on the online part of these systems, mainly cloud computing.

Cloud computing is the process of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. One of these is Online Storage. There are many online storage tools or websites ranging from 2 Gigabytes of storage to 1 Terabyte of it, though some are only limited to store only one type of file. A couple of these storage tools are Apple iCloud, MiMedia, FLCKR, and Google Drive.

We focused on GOOGLE DRIVE

Google drive is amazing by itself as it allows for simultaneous online collaboration of different people on one document, it has 15 GB of storage, and it allows you to upload ANY TYPE OF FILE. This contrasts with FLCKR and MiMedia which only stores one type of file, Image files and Music files respectively.

And afterward we made a story and a poster collaboratively in google docs and google slides!! Hahahaha It was funny. 😀

That’s all for today. see yalll


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