Cloud Computing Guide
Cloud Computing is quietly revolutionising the way we communicate, work and play, but the topic is far from straightforward. Over the course of the next few weeks, we'll publish a series of how-to guides, interviews and roundups explaining in plain English exactly what's so exciting about this new area, and how easy it has become to get at your stuff anytime, anywhere. Bookmark this page and check it regularly for updates.
Cloud computing: marketing buzzword or the future of the Web? CNET UK is kicking off cloud computing month, and here we take a look at the basics -- including the dangers lurking in the cloud...
Your computer dies, your external hard drive breaks, your house burns down. We tell you everything you need to know about cloud storage so you can avoid these mishaps costing you your data
My Hub, a new service from the Carphone Warehouse, makes it easier to backup your precious bytes to the cloud and lets you stream your own music anywhere
If I ever meet the stranger who suggested I try Dropbox, I'll buy them ten beers. For sharing files with friends and family, it's unrivalled in my opinion.
You don't need Photoshop to create a digital masterpiece -- in fact, all you need is a browser. We've picked seven unique, unusual or powerful online image editors
If an insight into the world of browsers nobody has heard of excites you, prepare to embark on a thrilling journey through the quirky jungle of Internet underdogs
Does it make sense to offload critical security tasks to a remote machine? We expore cloud security products and their benefits
Combine the power of Gmail and the ego-strokes of your own domain name with Google Apps, without losing any of your email, thanks to our handy guide
Hey, Google's making an operating system. You probably heard. One problem: it's limited to piddly little netbooks, with their annoying keyboards. Help is on the way though...
Google's new operating system is going to have a tough time being accepted. The terrible truth is that people want Windows
The search behemoth has stepped up its cloud-computing ambitions, announcing a full, Web-based operating system built on its Chrome browser
Every story of mine you've read on CNET UK has been written with Google Docs. I've used Google's editor almost exclusively, and I thought it was time I explained why, and how it has worked out.
In this exclusive in-depth talk with BBC iPlayer boss Anthony Rose, CNET UK goes behind the scenes of the online TV service to discover what powers it -- and what's next