Hiring a PC in Docklands is a fantastic way of keeping up with the latest PC trends. There is a growing social media presence online and it’s changing the way that we use our computers everyday. Renting a PC allows you access to all the latest software and online trends conveniently whether you’re in your office or at home. There are also a lot of developments approaching to improve the way that you use your PC both on and offline.
Firstly there are social networking sites. The likes of Twitter and Facebook have completely changed the way that people receive news. Signing up for Twitter means that you will have access to news from companies, celebrities and friends all over the world. Facebook is a more personal social media platform as you only tend to add people that you know (though this is debatable). There are apps and fanpages available however and most people post links that they like, such as a news piece from the Guardian or a music video.
Recent developments in cloud computing have also greatly changed the way that we use our PCs. Amazon, Google and Apple have all announced cloud platforms. The main point of focus seems to be the availability of music across mobile devices such as iPads and Android phones as well as on a PC. However, the most successful so far would be Spotify. This site allows users to stream an extensive amount of songs and albums. If you purchase the monthly subscription you will also be able to stream directly from iPhones, tablet PCs and other mobile devices compatible with the app.
Cloud computing can also be used to access work documents on other PCs, Macs and mobile devices. There are apps available that allow you to open and edit word documents, spreadsheets and even presentations. One of the most popular is iWork which is mainly for Apple devices but can open Microsoft Office documents.
Sharing photos on your PC has also become easier thanks to cloud computing. Photos can now be available on all your portable devices as well as your computer. Some even sync automatically after the picture has been taken.