Do you need to quickly upload and share your files? Need to convert an image to a PDF document?
The newly redesigned Cometdocs service can help quickly convert, share, and store files online.
After numerous rumors and leaks, Google has officially launched Google Drive, the successor to Google Docs. It is a direct competitor to Dropbox and Microsoft SkyDrive, offering 5 GB of free storage to all users.
Do you use Microsoft SkyDrive? It is Microsoft’s version of cloud file storage, similar to Dropbox. Compared to Dropbox’s 2 GB, SkyDrive offered an incredible 25 GB of free storage to all users, but it always lacked one crucial feature: there were no official desktop apps. That changes today.
How are you backing up your important files, if at all? Backing up is crucial as disaster can strike anytime. Hard drives can fail at any given time and a malware infection might delete essential files.
There are two primary methods of storing data: locally or in the cloud. Both options have their advantages and disadvantages so let’s take a close look at each option.
Are you using Dropbox? Remember our recent article about ways to maximize your free Dropbox storage space? Well it looks like you can now get another 1 GB absolutely free, but it’s not nearly as easy as last time (but definitely much more fun).
Dropbox has recently launched Dropquest, an online 30 step scavenger hunt …
Are you using Dropbox, the free cloud storage utility? Dropbox has just hit version 1.0, which is a major milestone for them, and is codenamed “Rainbow Shell”. Congratulations to the Dropbox team for dropping the beta label and the 1.0 release!
New features in this new release include file metadata syncing, performance boosts, and of …
Do you use Google Docs to store your files? Google announced in January that Google Docs is able to store any file, whether or not its a document. In addition, the maximum file size was increased to 1 GB. Could it actually get any more amazing than that? Apparently so.
Google has just announced that …