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Up to 40 users + $4 per additional user
Highlight & Annotate Web Pages
Save & Organize Bookmarks
Share Highlighted Pages
View Highlights and Annotations from Others
Organize Resources for Future Reference
Create Groups to Collaborate with Colleagues
Follow Others to Discover New Content
Search Bookmarks and Collections from Others
Share Bookmarks Publicly or Keep Them Private
Private and public sharing
Unlimited versioning and file size uploads
Desktop and mobile apps (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android)
Client-side encryption (AES 256-bit encryption)
Cubby Locks (user-held encryption keys)
Admin activity log
Cloud storage: 1TB per five users
Annotary is a convenient browser extension and has simple functions but really useful, allows you to highlight and annotate web pages and allows you to share your notes. One of the major uses of this extension can be safely sharing notes among colleagues or between students and university.
I have to admit, I'm not using Cubby a lot. There is so many competition, that at sometimes, you need to stick to one. Cubby is not very popular, so when you want to share with others, you will get a lot of "I don't have a Cubby account". I know, the answer is "go get one, it's free" but you will receive a "why, I already use ***" So, why Cubby? First, it's by LogMeIn, one of the best cloud company. Second, they give you 1 GB free for each friend you invite, and that's a lot! And Third... you have a real selective sync. Instead of having a root folder, with a subfolder, you create "Cubbies". A Cubby is like a folder. You can share, and sync a Cubby. When you install the desktop client, you will select which Cubby you want to sync. You may want to sync your documents on your personal and professional computer, but maybe sync your personal picture only on your personal computers. Also, maybe your pictures are on your C: drive, but your documents are on your D: drive. With Cubby, you select the Cubby, click sync, and choose the destination folder, for each Cubby. I use it to sync my Outlook signatures, my games save, my apps configurations, etc. You can simply create a Cubby by Dragging and Dropping a folder into Cubby. It may be used to share, or to backup. Unfortunately, storage is pretty expensive. You can have 1 TB for 10$/month from competition while with Cubby, 1 TB will be 40$/month. The Cubby client is pretty big, without a lot of advanced features. They have DirectSync to sync across computers, without the cloud, but only with the paid version. The data is encrypted, and you can add client-side encryption if you really need it!
Wednesday 20 March 2013
The Annotary tool downloads seamlessly and quickly without causing any kind of system slowdown. If you look at a lot of websites, bookmark a lot of pages, and need a better way to keep track of important sentences, Annotary is worth a download.More about Annotary
Tuesday 03 July 2012
I hate beta because it can entice developers to keep their product in a constant state of development (I’m looking at you, Google). Even in Cubby’s beta infancy, I believe it is the first true competitor to make a legitimate run on the cloud syncing crown. LogMeIn has a solid user base and they are known for producing a good product at the right price. If they extend that level of quality and product innovation into an already feature robust Cubby, Google Drive will be the least of Dropbox’s problems.More about Cubby
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