How Tablets and the Cloud Support Creativity

October 14th, 2011

Many industries have changed due to the cloud. Massive amounts of information can be stored and shared easily in the cloud. And with the popularity of tablets people can access it quickly. This has improved the way creative people do business, below are a few examples if this.

Portfolios
The size of someone’s portfolio was once restricted to the things they could physically carry.   Because of this size limitation, there were limitations to the content as well. Now, thanks to the cloud, they can create separate files tailored to every client’s needs, which they can quickly access from a tablet. This mobility can lead to more business more quickly.

Creative Collaboration
Collaboration was once a word that had spatial limitations. You could easily work with individuals in your immediate vicinity, but working with someone across the globe was time consuming and difficult. It required sending huge files back and forth, often leading to duplicate copies and confusion. Now, it is possible to work on the same file simultaneously with only one copy being updated. By dropping the previous restrictions, creative collaboration has not only become easier, but faster as well.

Brainstorming
Mind mapping is a great way to brainstorm and when done in conjunction with the cloud, the amount of people that can give their impute is not limited. You can access these files on tablets, work with local collogues, and update the shared file for everyone. These elements break down the distance barrier that has limited idea brainstorming in the past.

When the mobile capabilities of tablets are paired with the cloud, creativity can happen with anybody, anywhere at anytime.


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