Cloud based services are becoming more and more popular as people begin to realize the benefits, such as how scalable and how easy it is to integrate into existing solutions such as vpn solutions for business. At one time, these services were only available if you paid for them. However today there are many free cloud-based services available and new ones popping up all the time. One such company, called iSpaces is offering just such a service, but is it a good choice?
What is iSpaces?
iSpaces is essentially a free, multi-desktop cloud computer that answers a need of many – if not all – web surfers and anyone working with the web.
Consider this simple scenario: Your typical web browser will only allow you to save your browsing history on your local PC or laptop desktop. So when you are not with your PC or laptop, you will need to search all over again to catch up on what you are doing before.
With iSpaces’ CloudBrowser – a browser-within-a-browser – you take your browsing experience a few steps further; you can literally save all of your browsing history to the cloud, in such a way that you can access your browsing history with or without your laptop or PC, wherever you are. You only need to log on to your iSpaces account and you will have everything there. What’s more, iSpaces’ NonStopWeb will allow your previously opened windows and tabs to be reopened instantly from any computers you access your iSpace account from.
Not only those, you can also access a host of features, such as SpacePhone (a free VOIP app,) OfficeSpace (integrates your iSpaces desktop with Zoho Office Suite,) and more.
Watch this iSpaces demo to give you some ideas on how iSpaces can help you:
iSpaces currently has a group of 33 angel investors and has just opened up its second round of fundraising. With the economy reviving and investors starting to look for lucrative opportunities again, we can expect that iSpaces will attract greater interest from venture capital firms. Looks like iSpaces has taken the right course, avoiding redundant publicity and developing its beta-stage service in semi-stealth mode. However, the company bets on a promising technology although the time is not yet ripe for iSpaces to monetize its innovative approach toward cloud computing services.