Blog about online software

Google Maps: another good SaaS

Do you remember the times we bought maps to drive? Sometimes we used to park the car to view the map and then continue the trip. But all these things were sometimes confusing. Then we started using the GPS which was very good for people who loved to trip a lot. Anyway they still needed […]

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Life before SaaS

Many people now-a-days ask theirselves: What’s SaaS? Even if they try to understand they still believe, in some cases, that those services aren’t that good like buying a new Software CD. But that people didn’t take into consideration how good and how affordable for a customer is to use a SaaS. Before SaaS, people had […]

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SlideShare: Upload your Slides easy and fun

SlideShare is a website in which you can upload your PowerPoint presentations to the service of the community. And then many people will vote your presentations. But this is not everything, you can be invited to give a conference about the topic in your slides just for publishing an impressive material of education. SlideShare was […]

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Outlook.com Email address, free for ever

Outlook is the new service of Microsoft that offers you the possibility to have an email account that you can link with different services, like Facebook, twitter and also your Skype account. This new service provides the user with unlimited disk space in the cloud to save and storage emails, contacts and also your calendar […]

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Virustotal

Even if you have a virus scanner on your computer, having an extra one is often a good idea if you’re installing something that you downloaded from the internet. Two minds, as they say, are better than one.  Although 43 are even better, and that’s what VirusTotal gives you. Upload a file and, within half […]

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Ultrasurf

Ultrasurf is a free, proxy-based ‘anti-censorship’, ‘pro-privacy’ software. It tunnels through firewalls (whether at work or country-wide), encrypts online communications, hides your real IP from the websites that you are visiting, automatically deletes your browser history, and provides you with a US-based location so that you can access geographically restricted websites such as Hulu or […]

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Open Study

OpenStudy is a free web site that helps connect students mostly (it can be used by any user, works kind of like Yahoo answers) on the Internet to help you study online via Questions and answers. This is one of the coolest things that have been launched in a real long time, because it is […]

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Manictime

Ever wondered precisely how you use your PC during the day?  Would you like a detailed report, showing how long you spend on each activity, in each program? Wouldn´t that be real cool, I mean, I spend most of my time online, either working, surfing, talking to family and writing. Maybe you’re merely interested and […]

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Saas software

Saas Software was first designed to work as an economic way for companies to obtain the same rights and benefits of commercial applications licenses, which are real complex and expensive. This software has only been available for big companies since its implementation cost is real high, though this is not a barrier for small businesses […]

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