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Twine Dropbox Sharing Tutorial

Here’s how my group used Dropbox to share a Twine File:
Note: this technique will only work for Mac and Windows Machines

  1. Download the Twine Desktop app for…
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Module 1- Blog Post on Identifying an Emerged Technology

Current Technology: Shaping Productivity

Thornburg (2013) discussed the “transformations” that occur from new technologies.  One of these transformations has to do with how organizations and individuals store and share different contents in their corresponding files and when it comes to productivity, there has been an increased need for cooperative or collaboration content-sharing platforms. 602 more words


File Sharing In Your Pocket

The idea of a pirate box is pretty simple. All you need is a tiny Linux system with a WiFi adapter, a bit of storage space, and the software that will allow anyone to upload a few files to the server and an interface that will let anyone on the network download those files. 178 more words

Wireless Hacks

Briefing Note: CTERA’s Cloud Data Services Platform Transforms SMB and ROBO IT Service Delivery

New cloud technologies and their associated economics have created both opportunities and challenges as organizations wrestle with how to govern, optimize and automate the delivery of IT services. 849 more words


The Highest Level Of Security For Any Cloud Platform

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NAS4Free Released! An Open Source Storage And Sharing Distribution

NAS4Free is an embedded Open Source Storage NAS (Network-Attached Storage) distribution based on FreeBSD.

NAS4Free supports sharing across Windows, Apple, and UNIX-like systems. It includes ZFS v5000 , Software RAID (0,1,5), disk encryption, S.M.A.R.T / email reports etc. 45 more words


The Music Industry's Fight Against Napster - Part 4: Napster's Slow Death

On December 6, 1999, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) sued the first file sharing platform Napster for copyright infringment. This was the start of a still ongoing campaign against file-sharing and related practises. 2,348 more words

File Sharing