personal cloud storage
What if I said you could have 2GB of file storage in the cloud for free. Cloud storage you could access from your computer or your smartphone. Would you sign up?
What if that cloud storage allowed you to share files with others, publish web pages (or even whole sites), and synch files across your different devices? Would you be interested then?
I’m talking about Dropbox, a cloud-based service I’ve quickly grown to love. In fact, I’m not sure I could go back to living without it. I’ve grown so comfortable with Dropbox that many if not most of the new projects I start are stored on Dropbox not my laptop’s hard drive.p>Not only is Dropbox cool as it is, there’s a growing ecosystem of 3rd party add-ons, like the foneFrame web site that lets you make mobile web pages using HTML5 that are hosted (for free) in your Dropbox Public folder.
One reasonn I like Wuala instead of Dropbox is that not only does Wuala spread your files across a number of machines, it encrypts your data locally on your machine before uploading it. This is much more secure.