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SpiderOak has been a lifesaver many many times for me. The basic principle of the software is an online backup and file hosting service. You can think of SpiderOak as an alternative to Dropbox. The main difference between SpiderOak and other similar online cloud hosting software comes from the high level of encryption. SpiderOak offers a client-side encryption that makes it very difficult for anyone other than the user from viewing ones' content. I've used SpiderOak in conjuction with Dropbox. However, the type of documents I use for the two services is vastly different. I use Dropbox to store pictures that I need easily accessible on different devices, such as PC and mobile device. I use SpiderOak to upload confidential documents such as copies of tax returns, customer files and sensitive information. I really like the extensive security that comes packaged. I find it very worrisome that the files saved via Dropbox are, for the most part, unenctrypted such that anyone, including employees of Dropbox, can possibly view your material. Given that SpiderOak provides users a unique digital "key" to their data, it ensures that only you can access and view the uploaded data. The upload manner is similar to that of Dropbox as well. A small icon appears on folders that can be saved and uploaded into SpiderOak. I did notice that the upload times between the two softwares do differ significantly. SpiderOak took nearly 2x longer to sync the same data as it took Dropbox. The unique thing to remember is that each file is encrypted so it makes sense for it to take more time.
Photo saver.. My computer is a total mess, it automatically misplaces the pictures, due to the mishap I lost a bunch of pictures, then I joined Photobucket, wooww.. I stored all of my pictures there now, even when my computer crashes my pictures are safe. It allows us to directly upload images from PC, FB, or from URLs too. We can share pictures uploaded on the Photobucket directly to other social media sites. Few editing tools are there too, just to give a picture a brighter look. When we join account and join it with Facebook, it synchronises pictures from facebook, and then it's up to us which picture we want to select. Privacy settings are available on the site. We can even add individual passwords to the site. Works well for me!
Like many other online file sharing solutions available in the market today, SugarSync is also a very secure and easy to use the platform to share files and save data on the cloud. With the ease with which this software can be used on multiple devices like phones and laptops increase user comfort and becomes a very convenient tool to use at any point in time. SugarSync allows its users to share file across multiple devices in one go. One can simply drag and drop the file to be transferred and send it across with minimum amount of clicks. To locate a file already present in your ‘My SugarSync’ folder, there is a search bar provided for user convenience. With this feature, one does not have to scroll through the documents to find the desired result.
Tuesday 09 July 2013
SpiderOak’s dedication to privacy is apparent in all aspects of their software. From the moment you create your password to when your data is encrypted and sent to their servers – there are no holes in their security. If you’re nervous about trusting your files to cloud storage, SpiderOak is for you.More about SpiderOak
Monday 01 December 2014
Amateur photographers will benefit from the sheer publicity they can squeeze out of Photobucket. With options to share your photos over the most popular and some less common social media sites, sharing your photos with friends, family and potential clients is easy. Upload times are fast and can handle giant files from heavy artillery cameras. This photo sharing service is great for keeping the photos from all of your devices in a central location. But unless you apply privacy settings to all your photos, your work is just as easy for others to share.More about Photobucket
Tuesday 27 October 2009
If you're looking for a flexible backup solution that allows you to simultaneously store data to the cloud and physical media, has multilevel security, and offers the ability to share files, SOS Online Backup is a compelling choice. Backing up to the cloud may be molasses-slow, but the company offers a handy alternative that can do the dirty work for you. Perhaps more importantly, you can back up more than one computer with a single subscription. All in all, this is an excellent service for anyone in need of online storage.More about SOS Online Backup
Friday 24 May 2013
SugarSync is by far the most sophisticated of all synchronization programs. Covering PC, Macintosh and mobile phone users, the company has presented a full range of data protection for the kaliedescope of computing users.Ease of use, secure sessions between the cloud transfers, support for mobile users, and add on storage for some company referrals isn’t a bad deal for the price. All in all this product’s appeal is as sweet as “sugar.”More about SugarSync
Monday 30 November -1
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Wednesday 09 April 2014
The limitations for file storage are one of the main drawbacks to using Photobucket. Even after downloading the mobile app, 10GB really isn't a lot of space when you are heavily into graphic design. For the casual user, it may be a perfect size. The price comparison of the upgrades are another pause for consideration. For the largest account, you could spend almost $400 per year, but it's only half of the size that some other free alternatives automatically provide. The included nuances that Photobucket provides may not justify using the limited service.More about Photobucket
Tuesday 27 August 2013
Much has been said about the salient features of SOS Online Backup in this review and a lot of them have been good. While it does have its drawbacks, such as the absence of Mac and Linux clients, and a Blackberry app (although one is said to be on the way), the bottom line is, SOS Online Backup is a feature-packed, user-friendly backup solution, especially if you have multiple computers to backup, but don't have a lot (more than 50GB) of data.More about SOS Online Backup
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