Send Web Files To Dropbox, Google Drive & SkyDrive With Save, you can download any file from the web directly to your Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive accounts without having to download that file to your computer. Just enter the file's web address (or URL), pick a cloud service and, within seconds, the file will become available in your online account. The download is from cloud to cloud and therefore much faster. Save is also useful for mobile users as you can remotely download files, including file types that aren't supported by your mobile phone or tablet, to your mobile devices via Dropbox or Google Drive.
iTwin Vs. Dropbox: A Secure Filesharing Alternative Cloud-based file-sharing has its advantages, but should you be thinking lower tech? Here's a look at a USB device that lets you share files securely via the Internet. (click image for larger view) iTwin USB file sharing device Finalfolder Just click "Forward" in your email-client and send to email@example.com We keep your documents safe and automatically index all important information. Thanks to our unique search technology you can access any document extremely fast, wherever you are. 4sync: 15 GB Free Storage Most of us use multiple devices to store and access our files – the desktop PC at work, the laptop at home and a tablet or smartphone on the go. And nowadays it is more convenient to store and access files from the cloud rather than locally. If you are using cloud storage services or plan to use one, check out 4sync.
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Dropbox (service) Due to trademark disputes between Proxy, Inc. and Evenflow (Dropbox's parent company), Dropbox's official domain name was "getdropbox.com" until October 2009, when they acquired their current domain, "dropbox.com". OPSWAT reported in their December 2011 market share report that Dropbox held 14.14% of the worldwide backup client market, based on number of installations. In May 2011, Dropbox struck deals with Japanese mobile service providers Softbank and Sony Ericsson. As per the terms of the deal Dropbox will come preloaded on their mobile telephones.
▶ Supersize your free cloud storage to 100GB or more Just a few short years ago, cloud storage services that synced files and folders across multiple PCs and mobile devices were just a dream. But thanks to the rapid rise of entities like Dropbox, SugarSync, and Google Drive, cloud storage and syncing services are nearly ubiquitous today, acting as hard drives in the sky that help you do all kinds of things—such as creating a bulletproof (almost) backup system or turbocharging your productivity to blistering new levels—no matter where you are. If you have the space, that is.
The Top 10 Best Dropbox Services, Addons and Hacks - TNW Apps Everyone from heavy Dropbox users to those who are wondering just what the fuss is all about with this cloud syncing business should be able to find something useful to them in this list. If you’re unfamiliar with Dropbox it’s a sync service that keeps one folder, the drop box, on your computer in sync with the Dropbox server and any other computers or mobile devices that you have Dropbox installed on. It’s a fantastic way to keep a selection of files handy no matter where you are. This is a collection of 10 of the most useful Dropbox services, apps and hacks that take Dropbox beyond convenient and into the realm of necessity. Note that this list focuses specifically on addons and tweaks rather than applications that feature Dropbox integration. We’ll take a look at those another time.
File Sharing, Online Backup & Cloud Storage from Any Device Sharing Large Files Using SugarSync Sharing large files and folders just got easier. Generate a public link for any file or folder and share it on Facebook, Twitter, email, IM, or on your blog. Compare SkyDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox We compare the features of Windows SkyDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox to help you pick the best file storage and sync service for your specific requirements. You have your files, photos and documents on your home computer that you would like to access from other locations on different devices. Dropbox has been the de-facto choice for long but that could potentially change as Microsoft and Google have just entered the arena with the launch of Windows Live SkyDrive and Google Drive respectively. The three services are very similar – you get online storage (you can access your files anywhere) and file synchronization – edit a document on one computer and the changes are propagated to all your other computers almost instantly. Let’s see how these online drives stack up against each other:
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