VERIZONWIRELESS VTEXT offered on Motorola Droid Verizonwireless has got a good hold on mobile phone and cellular phone service throughout the country. Although there are still pockets of the country where verizonwireless is unable to offer service because of a lack of competition, there are very few people who don’t have the option of going with best cell provider in the country. I know that there are people who have had a bad experience with a person in verizonwireless customer service department, most people have had an overwhelmingly positive experience with the coverage and the customer service offered by verizonwireless. The two year cycle we are currently in has offered two of the biggest product advancements in the history of verizonwireless. Last year verizonwireless offered the release of two of the greatest smartphones on the market. First came the droid or android by motorola and later came the droid x also by motorola. This verizonwireless partnership also involved google mobile OS. It was a huge move on the part of google to try and take a bite out of microsoft and blackberry business. It left alot of customers unhappy with the solutions, if they weren’t willing to convert to google products. Many people were impatient to wait for google to fix problems with the address book only displaying by first name sort and other similar problems that took several months to fix after the first release. In early 2011 verizonwireless announced their first partnership with Apple and the release of the i-phone iphone 4. Many of their customers who are devoted to apple computing have struggled with poor service in places like New York city have had to use an alternate service provider for their iphone and carry a verizon phone for making phone calls or tolerate the frequent lost calls from the other providers on their iphone. These devoted mac heads are ecstatic about the coming opportunity that verizonwireless is offering them to solve their many frustrations of multiple technology devises when they should only need a single device. I am sure that the long term plan for verizonwireless development involves many new products and services. It is very likely that current verizonwireless customers can not even imagine what the future mobile devices and smartphones will look like when verizonwireless unveils their new products in 2015.
Cloud computing isn’t really all that new. Google has been pushing for it for a long time. The introduction of Google Documents was a push to see if users could handle storing documents online and work in an online only format. Microsoft has been concerned with software licenses and has long thought that an always on internet connection would be a great way to have more control over the software platforms a user has access to. Amazon, ITunes and the other players in the music industry will have control over what people upload to their iPods by having the licensed files on their servers. The Amazon Kindle (and other book platforms) love it to for the same reason.
The pitch to the consumer is pretty easy, as it’s something new, trendy and interesting technology that is accompanying it. There are going to be a ton of problems to come with cloud computing. Reliability, hacking, reliable access, lack of full coverage wireless access in the USA and abroad are some of the initial concerns that need to be overcome. Already in the attempt to use some basic cloud computing technology you will find errors and non-functioning components.
Google cloud printing sounds great, but they have errors that do not allow many users to actually use their services. Timeout errors in the software gives the receiving computer no chance at printing. When you start talking about more advanced features the trouble is going to multiply rapidly. Now this doesn’t mean that it’s bad or is going to go away. There are a ton of benefits to cloud computing. But, it’s not the best thing since sliced bread. And really it’s not that new either. So, take your time when adjusting to cloud computing and it will get there. Not this year, and not next, but it will. And hey, there really is a silver lining to cloud computing.