Dropbox is great for syncing, sharing, and backing up files from your PC or mobile device. But sometimes it’s good to backup all of your Dropbox content too.
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Kim Dotcom is waving around some cash infront of hackers who might have enough skill to break his new site’s encryption, how long do you think it will last?
SugarSync, a big time contender to Dropbox and other cloud storage providers, now offers an unlimited business plan for $550 year for up to three users.
Backblaze, the online backup company, announced it has increased the capacity of the USB flash drives and hard drives users can receive their backed up data.
OwnCloud gives you unlimited online cloud storage space for a lot less money than iCloud, Dropbox, or Sugarsync charges. Here’s how to set it up.
FolderSync Lite for Android allows you to sync photos and other files from your Android smartphone or tablet to popular cloud storage services.
Did you know that Dropbox has an upload and download speed limit and the upload limit is activated by default? Here’s how to give Dropbox full speeds.
TagMyDoc is a useful online service that lets you share documents online and let people interact with them. Here’s a look at the service currently in Beta.
Dropbox is doing away with Public folders for any new account created from now on. There’s new a way to share that’s nearly as convenient and safer.
Enterprise admins everywhere can rejoice! Tape backup may soon be a thing of the past if you are comfortable using Amazon’s low-priced cloud infrastructure.
Responding to the lower pricing of competitors like Google Drive, SkyDrive and SugarSync for high capacity storage, Dropbox today has cut its prices in half. Read our story.
What if sharing files was as easy as dropping them onto a blank page and sending it off to a friend? That’s the idea behind DropCanvas, let’s take a look.
Until the end of the month, SugarSync is offering a free storage referral promotion that will instantly snag you a 2GB bonus just for trying. Get 20 friend referrals and you’ll score another 10GB…here’s how.
Since the release of Google Drive, we’ve been pushing it to its limits in order to provide with a solid comparison against our favorite file syncing service Dropbox. And out the winner is…