Wednesday, August 15, 2012


We are slowly but surely moving ourselves and our students towards saving documents, music, photos, videos, and other important documents into "the cloud."  The problem is that keeping all our different clouds organized and in one place easily accessible makes the transition difficult; myself included.  I have documents on a SkyDrive, a Google Drive, an iCloud Drive, a DropBox, etc.  I am still struggling to make that transition to working completely from/in "the cloud."

That is what Jolicloud is aiming to do; organize all our clouds.  You can login via Facebook or create an account using an email address.  You can then use the service via Google Play and get an App from the App Store.  Learn about their Desktop which makes organizing your cloud easier.  They also have an OS that can be utilized as well.

With Jolicloud you can connect the apps and services you already use and have it all in one library.  You can organize all your stuff in the library or create custom collections.  A search feature allows you to easily find older documents and memories.  IF you choose to connect via Facebook you would be able to browse the public content within their library. 

As with any site where you are providing "access" to your "stuff" read all the fine print.  See the short video below for more information.

1 comment:

  1. What a great solution to the flood of web based services and apps we use. i'm using cloudkafe for that purpose but i'll sure give this service a go as well.