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.
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Here at groovyPost, we love cloud storage and online device sync. Last week we had a groovyGiveaway of SugarSync 30GB accounts and the Winners are….
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.
Google’s long-time rumored cloud storage sync is near it’s public debut. Thanks to a leaked screenshot we now have a basic idea of what the service will offer, and hopefully we’ll be taking it for a test drive soon.
CloudHQ is the service I’ve been impatiently awaiting for months. Basically, it’s a cloud storage aggregator that keeps your Google Docs, Dropbox, SugarSync and Basecamp files all in sync via the web. It does so by plugging into the APIs for each of these services. In practice, this is a bit of a roundabout solution. […]
I was originally going to write a post called “the 250 GB iPhone” in tribute to the 250 GB in free space I’ve received in SugarSync referrals*. My plan: Upload my entire iTunes library to my SugarSync account and use SugarSync’s iPhone app to listen to my jamz from my 50+ GB collection no matter […]
A feature-by-feature Dropbox vs. SugarSync comparison with screenshots. Free storage – SugarSync: 5 GB, Dropbox: 2 GB Dropbox allows you to share files up to 1 GB via public links or email. SugarSync limits it to 25 MB. SugarSync has native support for music playback on the web and for smartphones. Dropbox requires a third-party […]