Early this morning, Google announced a brand new services called Google Photos at its annual developer conference, Google IO. The highlight of this announcement is that all photos and HD (1080p) videos are now available for lifetime unlimited backup. Google’s
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We covered many online storage solutions, many of which are pretty much the same. You upload your data to the cloud and let the companies who provide those services host your data on your behalf. There is no problem with this.
Cubby, a data syncing and sharing cloud service by LogMeIn, offers some quite nice and unique features that other major services don’t have. For example, you can share and sync any of the folders into Cubby without actually copying them
4Sync is another cloud file syncing and sharing solutions that supports multiple platforms including Windows, Linux, Mac, and Smartphones like iPhone and Android. It works pretty much the same way as Dropbox, the most popular file sharing solution on the
Google Doc is great, it’s light and it’s easy to use. All you need is a browser to get access to the internet, and you don’t ever need to worry about not saving the file or losing it, because Google
We talked about many different solutions of online backup and file sharing before. Dropbox, Windows Live Mash, Mozy, SpiderOak and Box.net are all the tools that can be consider the “Cloud”. They all serve one major feature that is store