In the age of technology, mankind has taken a huge step when it comes to computer storage. The first hard drive made by IBM weighed over a ton and was only able to store 5MB of data. Now, a small chip which is the size of a nail is capable of storing terabytes of data. [...]
It happens when you least expect it: you enjoy the free space on your computer and easy sync with Dropbox only to notice a popup warning that you have no available space in your cloud storage. All the free space in your cloud file repository is suddenly gone and you have no idea where. You [...]
If you have spent any time online, you know the importance of keeping your files safe. Most of us have been in the position of losing work, documents, pictures, or music from your computer and know how tough that can be. Thankfully, there are quite a few options when it comes to storing your files [...]
Want to transfer all your files and folders from one cloud storage to another? Read on to know to how transfer all your files from one cloud storage to another easily without wasting your bandwidth and time! ;)
Want to add your favorite clod services Dropbox and Google Drive integration to Microsoft Office 2013? Read-on to know how to do this. We've got an excellent way to integrate these cloud services into Office 2013 in no time and effortlessly. ;)
Well, almost everyone uses a cloud storage service now-a-days, and probably Dropbox, because of it's clean UI, simple and clean navigation, many advanced options, and Clients for all major Operating Systems and mobile platforms. But it basically offers only 2GB of storage for a free account, which is insufficient for all our needs. So here I am, listing the best 5 alternatives for the same to make you choose the right cloud storage for yourself.
Hey there. I've got the bug... I've got the podcasting bug! When the DragonCast podcast was still in an idea state being thrown around between the Dragonblogger contributors, it raised my curiosity. I've never really done anything like that and I thought it would be something cool to try. I ended up being a guest [...]
If you aren't using Dropbox you can get free online storage in the cloud to backup website data