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Introducing (FREE) Copy.com Online File Storage

Hey guys I wanted to bring another gem before you guys today. Before I mentioned OneNote 2013 which is also free! One thing I have encounter from time to time as a blogger and computer owner saving backups of your work is a good idea because you never know when the computer is going to take a nose dive or your content becomes deleted by the hosted site, either way it’s always best to keep a back up for your self or for others you share with. 210 more words

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Shareabyte Solutions add’s new member to board of directors

Shareabyte solutions has formed a strategic partnership to integrate its file sharing technology for secure media file sharing with the introduction of a seasoned expert and newly added member on the board of directors.  317 more words

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How are Photo Lovers Welcome at Amazon Cloud

Amazon Cloud Drive is Amazon’s native online cloud storage platform, which provides its users with a diverse service in exchange for a reasonable price. For those who are used to Amazon’s other services, the online storage platform will come handy. 439 more words

2 Thumbs Down for Discussion Boards: Research Response

Last week, I posted about the benefits of online bulletin boards, aka discussion boards. This week, I would like to show a different perspective on discussion boards–one that claims that they are not all they are cracked up to be. 521 more words

Cloud-Based File Sharing and Mobile Technology

Within the business to business and professional services industries, the exchange of information and documentation takes the place of the traditional exchange of a consumer good in the business to consumer paradigm.   520 more words

The Pirate Bay Launches A Mobile Website For Torrenting From Your Smartphone

Everyone’s favorite torrent site has just rolled out a mobile version: The Pirate Bay has now launched a new, mobile-optimized website it’s calling The Mobile Bay… 326 more words


Dropbox Boosts Enterprise Features, Has 80,000 Paying Corporate Customers

Cloud file-sharing service Dropbox announced a bunch of new features for its enterprise service today, including the ability to set who has access to edit or only read a file, passwords to shared folders that expire after a set time and a text search capability. 122 more words