Dropbox now offers a faster way to share files with your friends and coworkers, by sharing a link to it. Here’s how to use it and share the easy way.
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Backing up your data to the cloud via an automated set it and forget it service is crucial to an overall data backup strategy. Backblaze is one of these services which is affordable and easy to use.
As part of an effective data backup strategy, you need to have an offsite cloud storage option. Today, as part of our data back up series, I’ll show you CrashPlan. Here’s what it has to offer and how to use it.
Google Drive has been all over the news sites since it’s been officially released yesterday and, if you got your account activated (mine was activated in a few hours), it’s very easy to start using it right away. I’ve done a quick screenshot tour to get you started with it.
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.
We’ve been talking about Google Drive for weeks…. and this afternoon Google Drive was officially Launched! Just as expected, it offers up to 5 GB of cloud storage space for free, while larger capacities are available…
Microsoft announced today on the Building Windows 8 blog, that it is lowering the amount of space it provides from 25GB to 7GB. Act quickly if you’re already a SkyDrive user to make sure you’re able to keep the 25GB of space for free.
If you need to sell something online, or easily share photos to family –Dropbox offers a simple and dazzling solution. Dropbox photo galleries will display our entire selection of photos at any resolution, and the interface is both practical and aesthetically pleasing. We’ve looked at using Dropbox and public links once before, but this time […]
Okay, we’ve got good news and bad news. The bad news: MrGroove made a mistaken assumption with our earlier post on How-to Get an Additional “6” Gigs of Free Dropbox Space. The good news: You can actually get an additional 8 gigs of free Dropbox space!! Proof? Thanks to all you groovyReaders who accepted MrGroove’s […]
Earlier, I gave a rather ebullient guided tour of Windows Live Sync Beta 2011 (which will be known as Windows Live Mesh when it is officially released), touting its groovy potential as a backup tool and cloud storage solution. But since that brief honeymoon phase, I’ve had a chance to move in some of my […]
A few weeks ago I talked about an online backup service called Mozy that let’s you backup your PC or MAC online (first 2 gigs of data free). Today I’m going to show you another great online service called Dropbox which like Mozy allows you to backup your MAC or PC online for free (first […]
Recently in an email, a reader asked for my recommendation for sending someone multiple files fast and easily. My answer? File compression. Using file compression not only makes the sent files smaller but also compresses multiple files into a single file, making the file transfer much easier and faster than sending each file one […]
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 […]
A few months back I stumbled across a really cool Website @ http://drop.io which makes files sharing, backup, transfers, etc… EASY. Although I’ve previously used other services like box.net or Live SkyDrive, drop.io, in my opinion, sets itself apart from the competitors even though the FREE version of the site only offers 100 megs. UPDATE […]