So here at b2cloud, we decided to start a video blog to basically interact with our dear readers through video as well as text. You’ll get to know us all a little better, and keep posted because we have heaps of cool videos coming up!
Working out your opportunity-cost early on can save you later.
A marketing intern’s experience after his first week at b2cloud.
For about 4 months now we have had our own app out on the AppStore (previously named Skylight Connect), which contains an rss feed to our blog including push notifications to new posts. A couple of weeks ago we decided to upgrade the app’s look and feel and rebrand it as b2cloud. During the process we realized we never actually made any mention of the app on our blog, which would be a perfect companion for our readers, however most probably never knew of it’s existence.
During yesterdays weekly Pizza Blog session I presented an idea to our b2cloud’ers, its an iPhone App called 2Sense. Use the iPhones light and sound measurement capability to measure whether a cafe is dark and noisy, restaurant bright and quiet.
Most businesses and organisations would have a Facebook page by now. Whether they have the discipline to update it regularly, posting interesting content and interacting with users is another story.
You rarely get a second chance in the App world, so don’t bother releasing Apps that aren’t revolutionary. In reality many Apps don’t make life any easier for the user, nor do they provide anything innovative.
Today we officially launched the Avalon Airport iPhone App, available on the App Store. Not only will it inform you of live status updates of incoming and outbound flights
Earlier this month I attended the WWDC 2011 conference in San Francisco California. The event is held every year and brings together a global community of developers all passionate about Apple and iOS development. Apple uses these events to inform developers of upcoming technology releases through a myriad of sesisons over the 5 days. The
Today we got our paws on the Apple iPad 2 (thanks John C) that will be released in Australia this Friday. At first glance the unit is certainly more compact than its first generation predecessor, as if the rear has been shaved down to flatten it. A nice modification which means the iPad 2 is much