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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 iTwin's ad copy describes the company's gadget as "Two ends of a cable, no cable." It's a USB device that allows secure file sharing over the Internet between any two PCs, and has been pitched by its makers as competition for many other kinds of products-flash drives, network-attached storage, and cloud-storage services like DropBox or Windows Live Mesh.
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Web Folders 4 WHS on Brendan's Home Server Dev Site Despite the easy to use Remote Access web site that Windows Home Server ships with today, it is far more complicated to use than the normal file transfer mechanism people are used to when they are on the same network as their Home Server... UNC shares where they can access a share using the \\server\sharename syntax and easily drag and drop files to and from the server. Utilizing a few unsupported components in Windows Home Server (but supported as part of Windows Server 2003), Web Folders 4 WHS acts as some glue code to wire things up enabling a user to have a remote folder that lets them securely drag and drop files to/from their Home Server shares. Links