Jolicloud 1.0 review

Screenshots: Screenshots of some the applications available for use on Jolicloud.

Some of the Developer applications available on Jolicloud. Trollim, a coding skill evaluation program, is the only other available developer application not visible on this image. It is on page two.

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Some of the Developer applications available on Jolicloud

All the Storage applications available on Jolicloud.

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All the Storage applications on Jolicloud

Enterprise applications available on Jolicloud. CubeTree and Tracked are the other available enterprise applications not visible on this screenshot. They are on page two.

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Some of the enterprise applications available on Jolicloud

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One Comment

  1. Interesting review. I assume you have looked at Peppermint? Its also derived from Ubuntu but offers a more “happy medium” between local/cloud than Jolicloud seems to.

    Kind regards
    Goblin

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