With the launch of its patent-pending Neo-Organizational Optimization Brainstorm (NOOB) technique, independent strategic technology communications and PR practice Eastwick today announced it has exposed what really happens in the Cloud.
Some seven years in the making, NOOB aggregates social collaboration platforms, neural networks, Big Data analytics, sentiment tools, and virtual payment systems to finally reveal the enigmatic logistics and inner workings of the Cloud, Eastwick said.
One in five Americans (22%) admit that they've pretended to know what the Cloud is and how it works, according to a recent survey. Using the NOOB approach, Eastwick has helped dispel the fog surrounding cloud computing and uncovered how the Cloud brings the Internet to today's desktops, optimizing productivity and elevating the Cumulous Quotient™ that powers innovation, business valuations, and technological breakthroughs that promise to once again power a strong global economy.
What Really Happens in the Cloud
Neo-Organizational Optimization Brainstorm techniques have revealed the following:
- The WCC (Weather Control Center) uses the latest technology (still in Beta) to protect the Cloud from stormy weather for optimal performance.
- The "workplace of the future" will exist entirely In the Cloud (the address is 10100 Cloud Lane, Skyview Towers (currently leasing).
- Your data is safe: a "wall of fire" guards the most valuable stored information.
- The flu, along with other viruses, is as much as 17.777% effective in infecting the cloud.
- The cloud is powered by the best servers from top culinary institutes.
- Users enjoy all-you-can-compute menus and exclusive performances, including the band Width.
A Sunny Outlook for Cloud Computing
Perhaps the most important takeaway from the NOOB-conducted research findings is that the Cloud is viewed favorably by the majority of Americans, and that when people learn more about the Cloud they agree it can vastly improve the balance between their work and personal lives.
In addition to the fact that 68% of Americans see cloud computing as the future and the key to saving the economy, some reported benefits of cloud computing include the following:
- Being able to work from home in pajamas and bunny slippers, including the HR noncompliant birthday suit
- Tanning on the beach and accessing computer files at the same time
- Keeping "embarrassing" videos off of their personal hard drive
- Dealing with people they'd rather not interact with in person
- Increased collaboration, with up to 400% ROI
The Future of NOOB
After years of research and development, Eastwick's introduction of the Neo-Organizational Optimization Brainstorm™ technique is accelerating competitive advantage and capitalizing on market innovation. In today's increasingly glo-mo-so market arenas, enabling B2B/C/P collaboration in BYOD workspaces requires constant MVP innovation and market fragmentalizationing to ensure bilateral relevance participation and universal scalability—in the cloud, of course.
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