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Cloud computing

May 23, 2011 News Cloud computingData storage


by ken

Paperless, cbCT images, anon………going to the cloud will make a difference, however, in the meantime, what to do, what to do re; backup as our storage grows into TERABYTES…. OPEN CALL TO THE DENTAL COMPUTER SUPPORT FOLKS!!!  Blog entries on

May 22, 2011 News Cloud computingCommunity outreachDental industryDental TeamGeneral NewsInnovations in dentistryMarketing strategiesNew TechnologiesPractice managementSocial networkingTechnologyTrends in Dentistry

Copy genius – Apple anniversary surprise amounts to unveiling of 2.0 in-store experience

by ken

I want you to imagine there was a website which archived individual programs, animations, videos, graphics et al for your usage, by licensing and download. It exists in medicine –                                                 www.understand.com Image via Wikipedia

May 22, 2011 News Cloud computingPractice managementTrends in Dentistry

If less is more, then nothing is everything – Going Paperless

by ken

With the entire world inevitably going into “the clouds” for computer archiving/storage, tis long overdue to natter about GOING PAPERLESS.  The simplest and easiest way to do this is – drum roll please – a WEBINAR!!!! From Larry Emmott’s blog

May 21, 2011 News Cloud computingPractice management

I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now…

by ken

All this blather about cloud computing and it’s impact on dentistry, dental education – well, it’s not blather.. Curve Dental Announces Field Testing of Its Web-based Dental Imaging Software Image via Wikipedia Orem, Utah (PRWEB) May 21, 2011 Curve Dental,

May 20, 2011 News Cloud computingTrends in Dental Education

Apple’s Cloud Strategy: 10 Signs Apple Is Serious About The Cloud

by ken

I freely admit it; in my next life, I want to come back as Steve Jobs. I wear a single uniform of black T’s, jeans and sneakers daily, granted I change my underwear and socks, but I have an obsessive