There are multiple websites that allow users to store their files securely on the cloud so that only they or people they choose can access them. Microsoft OneDrive lets anyone upload their own files and then share them with friends, family, or other people. You can store practically anything on OneDrive as long as you have … ContinuedMore about OneDrive Visit OneDrive
We’re used to keeping our files and programs on our computers and hard drives, or phones, but sometimes that’s too limiting. With cloud technology, online storage lets users access files from almost anywhere, on any device. These are our picks for the best websites for online storage.
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I found Snag.gy when I opened up a support ticket at NextScripts (we use them to auto-post links to our articles to 50+ web 2.0 properties). For some reason our Google+ auto-posts weren’t working and their tech support asked us to take a screenshot with Snag.gy and send it to them. Being stubborn to learning … ContinuedMore about Snag.gy Visit Snag.gy
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Dropbox is a file storage service. Install their application on all the computers you want synced and Dropbox will sync across these devices and save the files online too. A basic account comes with 2GB of storage. You can pay for more space, if you want. When you install Dropbox on your computer, it will create a folder called “My Dropbox.” … ContinuedMore about Dropbox Visit Dropbox