Yesterday Dropbox, the popular file storage Web application that enables users to easily sync a folder from their local computer with the the cloud, made a small change to its terms of service. Dropbox made it clear that it would decrypt and hand-over files if the U.S. government requested it.Continue
Ever wished you could send email attachments to your Dropbox account just by forwarding them to a special address? With free service Send to Dropbox, you can do just that.
Authorize Send to Dropbox to connect to your Dropbox account, you’ll be provided with a unique email address (something like firstname.lastname@example.org). Any emails you send to that address (by forwarding them or by including the address in the email’s “BCC:” field, for example) will automatically get processed by Send to Dropbox.Continue
DropDAV is a nifty service that enables you to use Dropbox with WebDAV clients. It was developed to work with the iWork suite for the iPad, but it will work with any WebDAV client, so you could also use it to sync OmniFocus through your Dropbox account, for example.
It’s simple to set up, although you do need to provide it with your Dropbox username and password to get going. Once set up, you connect to https://dav.dropdav.com with your WebDAV client and log in using your Dropbox credentials.Continue
As a freelancer, you spend a lot of time in front of your computer, laptop, notebook, tablet & phone yet I doubt you take the time to back up the items in your freelance career that you should. These items are of great importance to your business, yet for some reason they really get overlooked for other things like marketing & client relations.Continue
Even before last Monday's roll-out of the new Cloud Drive, I was storing my files in the Amazon cloud. I use Amazon S3, its Simple Storage Service, although admittedly I'm a fairly new customer. I'm using the service to host images for my personal blogs, I haven't uploaded much more than that. Yet.
I've been meaning to do so, particularly following the receipt of my first bill for the service, amounting to a whopping $0.09. I have 40 some-odd GB of music that I'd like to store (and be able to play) in the cloud, for example.Continue