Tags » Online Storage

Picturelife is no more

It is with great sorrow that I report the death of the internet photo storage site, Picturelife. Picturelife, whose tag line was “protect your photos,” relied on charging $5-$15 per month or $50-$150 per year for online photo and video storage, a business model that is proving increasing less viable as more and more vendors offer low-cost or even free photo storage. 63 more words

Digital Photos

Security of data and online information has unique qualities

Security in the cloud computing spaces is an essential trait that revolves around the minds of users. Online data and information needs to be well secured and maintained at all times. 408 more words

Backup Everything

Secure your files.

Cloud storage of digital files has become the norm.  More than just saving your files in case of hard drive failure, clouds are for sharing files, with yourself even.  84 more words

Technology

Data Loss Prevention is Guaranteed in Cloud Storage

Data loss prevention is a strategy for making sure that end users do not send sensitive or critical information outside the corporate network. The term is also used to describe software products that help a network administrator control what data end users can transfer. 447 more words

Backup Everything

It's Now Possible To Play A Slideshow From Any Google Photos Album

If you use Android, it is very likely that your photos are being backed up to Google Photos. If you are not using Android, and have a Google Account you have option of uploading (storing your photos) at Google Photos. 94 more words

Google

Give Wordpress.com a Try

I am giving WordPress.com a try. Why, you ask?

Warning, this is the start of my 2 minutes rant:

I’v been hosting my personal blog with… 398 more words

Diary

Egnyte pushes beyond storage into document protection

Egnyte has gotten as creative as it could as an online storage company. You could store your files on Egnyte in the cloud, on prem or with a competing storage service if you liked, but the company recognized that storage can only take you so far. 593 more words

Enterprise