Steve Jobs Describes iCLoud Back in 1997 (Video)

Posted on June 5, 2011 by

Apple will announce a new service at WWDC tomorrow called iCloud, but Steve Jobs may have already described this service back in 1997. He starts talking about it 13-14 minutes into the video.

“I have computers at Apple, at NeXT, at Pixar and at home. I walk up to any of them and log in as myself, it goes over the network and finds my home directory on the server and… I’ve got my stuff wherever I am…”
“…we were able to take all of our personal data, our home directories we call them, off of our local machines and put them on a server, and the software made that completely transparent…”

“…so in the last seven years, do you know how many times I have lost any personal data? Zero. Do you know how many times I have backed up my computer? Zero.”

Source: TiPb

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