A national survey shows most Americans are confused about what cloud computing is

A majority of Millennials, believe stormy weather can interfere with cloud computing.

“The cloud” is the tech buzzword of the year.  But many Americans remain foggy about what the cloud really is and how it works. A new national survey by Wakefield Research, commissioned by Citrix, showed that most respondents believe the cloud is related to weather, while some referred to pillows, drugs and toilet paper. Those in the know claim working from home in their “birthday suit” is the cloud’s greatest advantage. The good news is that even those that don’t know exactly what the cloud is recognize its economic benefits and think the cloud is a catalyst for small business growth.

 

 

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Half of all households in the U.S. own at least one Apple product

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More than 55 million homes have at least one Apple product.

According to CNBC’s All-America Economic survey, half of all U.S. households own at least one Apple product.  That’s more than 55 million homes with at least one iPhone, iPad, iPod or Mac computer. And one-in-10 homes that aren’t currently in that group plan to join it in the next year.

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Hawaiians have the highest sense of well-being: survey

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Understanding well-being is important because it has such strong influence on the choices we make.

Hawaii comes out on top in a new ranking of which state’s residents have the best sense of overall well-being, based on physical health, happiness, job satisfaction and other factors that affect quality of life.

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No sign of ‘Facebook fatigue’ for longtime users

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Longtime users show no sign that they have tired of posting on Facebook.

No ” Facebook fatigue.” A survey released shows that people who have used the social networking site over a long period – since its founding in 2004, say – show no sign that they have tired of posting pictures, updating weekend plans or just relaying random thoughts.

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Many single people looking for love, but marriage not a priority

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Marriage has been declining steadily in the USA for more than 35 years.

Many singles appear to be enjoying their unencumbered and unmarried state that two-thirds aren’t even sure they want to marry, suggests a broad national survey of the dating habits, sexual behaviors and lifestyles of 5,541 single adults across the U.S.

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