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Technocrati
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9/21/2015 | 8:42:21 PM
Saving the Best for Almost Last ?

Oh Geez !   It just keeps getting better.   I just now saw MEGA and it's 50G of storage for free !    Now that brings a smile to my face !   I am going to spread the wealth around between Copy and Mega !

 

This was a pleasant surprise indeed.

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9/21/2015 | 8:31:15 PM
Re: Lots of options, but it depends on the user

OneDrive does seem like a decent option, but not something I am too excited to get tied up with. 

I might try it one of these days though.

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9/21/2015 | 8:27:22 PM
Document Overload ? Copy Might Just Be the Answer

This was a really timely piece Kelly.   I was just thinking I need to have a better Cloud solution than I have now.  I am using Google's Cloud but it can be annoying at times, so I am going to give Copy a try thanks to you informing me of it's existence.

I plan to use it for documents primarily and I think it might just be the hassle free solution I was looking for !

 

Thanks !

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9/21/2015 | 3:10:32 PM
Lots of options, but it depends on the user
Glad to see some new entrants in this area, and while I personally have access to more traditional services like iCloud and OneDrive, I'm still a heavy dropbox user.  For me, although it is a paid service, after having dropbox for several years, for me it does exactly what I need it to do and works across platforms flawlessly.  I find it's also easier to share files as many folks I know might not have access to other services (although yes, they could simply download from the link) so it makes collaboration easier.

For organizations, I definitely see Box picking up steam, although heavy Microsoft users definitely benefit from the free services with OneDrive.
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