cloud storage


Going Paperless 101

  • October 18, 2013

Most people don’t aim to rid their office of every single scrap of paper, but going paperless or at least reducing the amount of paper you need and use is a highly beneficial process, whether you’re a fully-fledged business in an office space, or a sole trader working from a dusty corner at home…


Wanna Send Huge Files In 4 Seconds? Minbox Is Freaking Fast

  • June 4, 2013

I hate when I’m trying to send a funny video to a friend and I get the friendly reminder that”this file’s too large to upload”. And then I think of the hassle it is to upload to sites like Dropbox, and the whole video-sending plan is abandoned. If only there was a way to send files of any size in seconds…


Minimizing New Startup Costs (5 Easy Methods)

  • May 20, 2013

Keeping the costs of starting a business down doesn’t require a lot of effort. Instead, entrepreneurs are better served by being aware of the multitude of cost cutting opportunities available at every step of the startup process. Below are 5 easy methods to minimize your new startup costs…


Egnyte Founder Keeps Recent $16 Million In Funding In Perspective

  • July 23, 2012

Egnyte is a large enterprise, hybrid cloud storage startup. In a crowded, highly-competitive field (Nirvanix, Zetta), the company already claims over a million users throughout 30,000 paying companies. And they might grow much bigger very soon. Egnyte recently raised $16 million from Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and Polaris Venture Partners. Financing isn’t the only story though.

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More – Encrypt Your Files

  • March 24, 2011

BoxCryptor.comA provider of encryption services for files that are hosted on the cloud, Box Cryptor uses the AES-256 standard in order to guarantee the safety of all the data that it processes.

Box Cryptor works by storing data in an arbitrary directory that is synced to the cloud, IE Box Cryptor works a bit like a virtual hard drive. Whenever you instruct it to encrypt anything, then it does so on the fly and stores the resulting files on the cloud. And when you want to read them, then it has everything decrypted in real time.

Box Cryptor is a paid service, but a free version can be downloaded on the site. It will do for trial purposes more than adequately – it can handle up to 2 GB of information.

To work, Box Cryptor requires Windows and the .NET Framework 2.0, but support for Linux and Mac OS X is achieved via EncFS-compatibility.

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More – Hybrid Cloud Storage

  • February 26, 2009

ZumoDrive.comA service that has been around for quite some time now, and which has finally become available to everybody, ZumoDrive stands as a storage solution whereby you can keep all your files and media in the cloud. The tagline of this application is actually “Cloud storage that feels local”, and its programmers aim to make it come true by offering instant access to your files wherever you are.

As well as acting as a solution for accessing your files wherever you are, such a tool is also practical if you want to keep your information backed up and safe from system failures and crashes.

One of the most noteworthy features at play is that you can have all you data and information on every device, regardless of how much space it actually has.

In order to use ZumoDrive, you have to install it on each device that you want to access and then it is as if your files were available in all of them. Moreover, the information is backed up, so that if anything goes astray you can recoup in no time at all.

If that sounds good to you and you wish to learn about pricing and so forth, pay the site a visit and see if this hybrid cloud storage is the next step for you, and the next home for your data.

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