Google Calendar is useful for syncing your appointments and events. Mozilla’s Thunderbird with Lightning Calendar is a great Outlook alternative. Here’s how to set up syncing between them.
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Do you use Chrome on more than one computer or smartphone? If you need to switch from one to another it’s normally a pain, unless you setup syncing for your Open Tabs.
An important part of having a solid data backup strategy is including an offsite service. One of the limitations of Carbonite, is it only backups your local drive, unless you purchase the Plus or Premier version. Here’s a ways to bypass that restriction and backup external and network drives too.
Coinciding with the launch of iOS 5, Box.net is offering free 50GB accounts. This capacity can also be applied to existing free accounts. Unlike Dropbox, Box.net doesn’t offer a desktop sync tool. Using webDav, you can map your Box.net account as a folder on your Windows PC. If you don’t have a Box.net account yet, […]
Remember back in February when Google released their Cloud Connect add-on for Microsoft Office? You know, the tool that lets you sync documents and spreadsheets directly to the Google Docs cloud. It was exciting at first, but after review it was deemed rather useless; mere days later we started looking for ways to minimize it. […]
One of my favorite features about Firefox is the new sync option. We’ve been testing this out for a while now and it has proven really useful for jumping between devices without losing data. If you are constantly on the go, or if you own multiple computers – Firefox sync is a must-have. It even […]
Google purchased a web collaboration startup known as DocVerse nearly one year ago. What they’ve done is similar to collaborating on Microsoft Office documents in a shared Dropbox, but they’ve made it a lot more simple. Since then they’ve been hard at work bringing the technology into Google’s infrastructure. In November they opened up Google […]
Here at groovyPost we often talk about Dropbox and all the various things you can do with it. Today we have yet another groovyTip for Dropbox, we’ll show you just how easy it is to allow anyone to upload to a public folder on your Dropbox. When we start to talk about PHP […]
If you have an Xbox 360 or a Windows Mobile phone, then your best bet on syncing all your music and media would be Windows Media Player 12. Sadly enough, you may have already encountered problems refreshing your library and keeping things tidy. But, with these simple steps, you can rebuild your music library in […]
Being a long time, loyal fan of the popular file sharing service FolderShare.com, I wasn’t exactly surprised by the announcement that Microsoft will be dumping the legacy FolderShare name (FolderShare was a Microsoft acquisition 12-18 months ago) and rebranding the services – Windows Live Sync. Granted, I “thought” the strategy would be to work […]