At the end you are convinced and have purchased space in the cloud where synchronize your documents. After a thorough investigation of the market you have identified the service you guaranteed the best price / performance / security. Have you started using it, and the satisfaction you have found out that it was just the service that was for you. Beautiful, Functional. Secure.
A beautiful summer day, while you were busy fighting the unbearable heat, you get an email that announces from that day on your beautiful cloud service is closed. Farewell comfort.
With at least a couple of dear colleagues I share an existential drama: we often move between different clients, sometimes several times in one day. The tragedy lies in having to remember, maybe after a few days, all movements to reconstruct a realistic request for reimbursement of costs incurred.
So far I have made use of a “vintage” tool: a nice little black book of paper where, almost meticulously, at the end of the day I recorded times and places of work. The other, much more technology than I, had developed spreadsheets and ad-hoc; none of these solutions, however, had impressed me.
Filed under Android, Work
I like the idea of having the photos taken with the smartphone automatically saved somewhere. Sure, Google offers for free (or almost) this service. As well as Dropbox and similar services. But not only the photos, even your documents. What about your comfort, a follower of laziness applied like me, to save a document on your PC and have it automatically stored in another place, accessible from any other device of mine?
Filed under cloud, debian, Linux
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