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How Do You Use Hosted Services in Your Publishing House?

By Edward Nawotka, Editor-in-Chief

cloudToday’s feature story looks at some of the recent developments in the ways that publishers are incorporating hosted and cloud-based services into their publishing programs. This can range from something simple, such as an editor sharing documents with an author via Dropbox, or more sophisticated, such as implementing an enterprise wide solution for publicity or management.
Change is afoot. So tell us, how do you use these new hosted solutions in your publishing house? What have you adopted? What have you abandoned? And how do you rate those solutions you use every day?

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  1. Posted July 19, 2012 at 9:48 am | Permalink

    With our core team (and our freelancers) living in different cities in the UK and elsewhere (incl an editor in Brazil), we are immensely grateful to cloud services, esp. Dropbox. Without that, it wouldn’t have been possible to put together the team we have.

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