[OT] More Apple Foolishness
bvlahos at mac.com
Mon Aug 22 19:35:04 EDT 2011
I think there is a market for this but it is getting wide interest because Apple won't have a solution until iCloud and that probably won't be multi-platform.
I would suggest you make this solution available to companies to host themselves. There are a lot of companies who want to maintain control of information themselves.
I work for one such company and would be happy to talk to off list about this.
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On Aug 17, 2011, at 5:18 AM, Maarten Koopmans <maarten.koopmans at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a cloud backed storage piece of software that has a WebDAV front end
> and multiple back ends. The idea was to make a PAYG service of that, but we
> thought there wouldn't be interest.
> It works with win/lin/osx/ios/androud clients.
> Are you telling me I should revisit this business decision?
> Cheers, Maarten
> On Thursday, July 28, 2011, Chipp Walters <chipp at chipp.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 9:25 PM, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com
>>> I have read more Apple documentation in the last 2 months than I have in
>>> the last ten years. Maybe I'm just too entrenched in old habits, maybe
>>> intuitive to new users.
>> Yep, agreed. You should see the gymnastics I have to go through just to
>> a Keynote presentation from my iPad to another person. You can't typically
>> send it via email because it's too large and iMail just barfs, so then you
>> need to deposit it in a public folder in your DropBox account, but of
>> Apple doesn't support third party 'file managers' (even though for some
>> reason they've decided NOT to have one of their own-- OOPS, I guess some
>> actually think MobileMe was the answer!)
>> In order to get it to DropBox you need to set up the pricey WebDav
>> DropDav, then send it there, then get the URL from your DropBox account
>> finally send THAT to the person you're trying to share the Keynote
>> presentation with.
>> Oh, the other way is to 'tether' your 'Post PC iPad' to an 'old
>> PC, wait the 45 minutes or so that it forces a sync on you, then grab it
>> from iTunes (the single most frustrating and annoying app interface-wise
>> the whole planet on any OS), and then email it from your PC.
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