Sunday, November 7, 2010


The Dropbox Team | Free (Basic)

There are lots of online backup programs out there, but why not use one that’s also a private workgroup collaboration tool, public filesharing tool, iPhone/Android remote file access tool, and multiplatform file synchronization tool? That’s a lot of tools. You might think Dropbox would cost an arm and a leg, but prices start as low as free (for 2GB of online storage, with an extra 250MB free for each new user referral, up to 5GB). Packages offering 50GB and 100GB of storage are also available, for $9.99 and $19.99 per month, respectively. Using Dropbox couldn’t be simpler, because there really isn’t a “front end” on computers. Once installed, Dropbox creates a “Dropbox shared folder,” which basically looks like a normal folder with a green dot. Any files you put into the folder are automatically uploaded or synced (via SSL secure link) to your Dropbox account and your other Dropbox-equipped computers. Mark subfolders public or private for different types of sharing and access it all with your smartphone, if you like.

Source of Information :  CPU Computer Power User November 2010
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