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Your Data is the Computer – about #iCloud

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According to Patrick Rhone, in MinimalMac, the iCloud could also be described in "Your Data is The Computer". Patrick continues:

This is the new world that Apple is creating. Where your data resides, the device you use to access it, how it is saved, where it is saved, how to manipulate it, how to back it up, how to recover if you make changes to it that you did not intend, all will be things you don’t have to think about.

Your data will be available to you on any device you own. It will be left exactly as you last left it. You can open it in any application that it is able to open it. Should your computer crash, do not fear, your data is safe. And when you get a new machine, simply log into it and all of your data will be there in short order. Buy a new Mac, a new iPhone, and new iPad, simply log in and the data will be there too.

When the device does not matter, when it’s always as you left it, if it opens where you need it, and it is always backed up, we can concentrate on making, creating, doing, being.

Read his whole discussion from the link in the start! It's great!

Coming to my mind when writing this post in the biggest Norwegian newspaper VG comment to iCloud, iOS 5 and OSX Lion; they didn't find anything blowing them off (the writers are from a Mobile Magazine).

The stockmarket hasn't got it. Most of the analysts either. The mobile magazines not at all. And then the competitors will not get it either. And when they finally get it, they still have to catch up and use some years.

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About mortjac

Norwegian social entrepreneur, blogger&Swift programmer. PM for the OMG GL standard. Using #ULab to give #Villajoyosa sustainable tourism&tunable pipe organs.

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