Fabulous job on your site and Cloud based computing in the Medical realm. Your weebly site was both aesthetically pleasing, easy to navigate and well organized. The introductory video with both visual and auditory instructions made it very easy to navigate and understand what was needed. I like that you provided some background information and a refresher on Cloud based computing since everyone has differing understanding and background within this realm. It is still a learning process for me. It was a great idea to have our assignment groups collaborate within your site for the summative assessment task. A suggestion here would be to inform group members a bit earlier since many do the tasks at differing time frames. Stormboard was a new experience for me and a lot of irritation ensued when posts did not work successfully. I am very glad to have the chance to use another collaborative forum to see if it was a good fit for other things. The sticky notes and colour coding within Stormboard is another visually interesting idea to cater to visual learners. I love that you took your project to another realm within the medical field. I was fascinated by this coming from a previous medical field background. I can see the positive implications for it for medical clinical trials as well. Many of my peers are now using various cloud based programs within their medical disciplines so it was very engaging to learn about the different possibilities. One of my friends who is a pharmacist in the U.S. says that they can offer patients photos of their progress notes. Patients are able to carry and keep their own digital file especially useful for very ill or elderly patients being treated by multiple care providers. I think it will open so many doors with regard to digital medical imagery and the prospects for collaboration among health-care providers is wonderful! I wonder if some Cloud based program can be implemented across hospital systems provincially and worldwide, offering specialists access to patient files if patients are being treated in various departments in different locations? This would lend to patient privacy concerns given that medical data is more accessible. Wonderful work Group 8!