TIME FOR THE CLOUD? Options To Sync Your Data

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California, (September, 2011) — Many of us have the same data problem. We create data in different places with multiple devices.  During our busy personal and professional lives we take pictures with our Smartphones, buy songs on our iPods, download movies to iPads, and create documents on our computers.  All of these devices fragment our data, and taking the time to converge them together can take up a lot of our time.

The “cloud” (click here for an explanation of the term) may be the solution to the problem.  Microsoft’s been promoting their “To the Cloud” campaign for over a year, Apple’s iCloud will launch this fall, and even Amazon has options.  In an attempt to find the perfect answer to the data problem, NERDS explains each program’s benefits and limitations.

About The Author: Andrea Andrea Eldridge is CEO and co-founder of Nerds On Call, a computer repair company that specializes in on-site and online service for homes and businesses. Andrea is the writer of a weekly column, Nerd Chick Adventures in The Record Searchlight. She prepares TV segments for and appears regularly on CBS, CW and FOX on shows such as Good Day Sacramento, More Good Day Portland, and CBS 13 News, offering viewers technology and lifestyle tips. See Andrea in action at callnerds.com/andrea/.
About Nerds On Call: Established in a spare room in Redding, Calif., in March 2004, Nerds On Call offers on-site computer and laptop repair services to consumers and businesses. Nerds On Call provides trouble-shooting for PCs and Macs, home and office networks, printers, iPods® and MP3 players, handheld devices and cell phones, home theaters and game systems, and virtually every other form of digital entertainment. In 2009, 2010, & 2011 the company was named to Inc. magazine’s list of 5000 fastest growing private companies. With 7 locations across California and Oregon, Nerds On Call serves more than 40,000 satisfied customers per year. For more information, visit callnerds.com or call 1-800-919-NERD.