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Is there something like a usb memory stick but online based? so i can just save my files online as ive had enough of USBS, current one keeps wanting to format every 2 weeks, lucky i back my work up. … Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Is there something like a usb memory stick but online based? so i can just save my files online as ive had enough of USBS, current one keeps wanting to format every 2 weeks, lucky i back my work up.

Its a sandisk titanium 4gb cruzer.
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
i get 25gb space online with windows live,
#3
tonyg1962
i get 25gb space online with windows live,




thanks and repped.

The humyo seems like a nice option.
#4
MarzBarz;6414265
thanks and repped.

The humyo seems like a nice option.


Joined after reading this article:

30GB online storage for free

Store you files in former Bank of England vault and access them from any machine


Clive Akass, Personal Computer World 20 Mar 2008
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A new online- service is offering 30GBytes of free storage accessible via a web browser from anywhere in the world.
The Humyo.com service has nearly 90terabytes of storage in a former Bank of England vault and an intelligent interface that senses the type of device accessing it and throws up the appropriate interface.
This means you can access your files from a mobile phone and stream music and video to it.
Founder Dan Conlon says 100,000 people have already signed up at the end of a six-month beta phase despite the lack of publicity.
A premium £29.99-a-year service offers £100GBytes of storage, encryption of stored files, and the ability to access the storage as another drive from within PC applications.
A dedicated PC client also automatically backs up your PC and allows real-time onliune collaboration on a document over the web..
The site also allows to share folders with friends, so that they can for instance view you photographcs. You can also embed a player in emails and on sites like Facebook and MySpace so people can view your pictures or videos.
1 Like #5
Dropbox. By far the best service ive ever used.
http://www.getdropbox.com/
#6
I use microsoft live mesh

www.mesh.com
1 Like #7
This is a good one:

http://www.adrive.com/
#8
jeepers! I didn't even think this kinda stuff was around! off to sign up for one of em..any one..
#9
I use hotmail save as a draft
#10
Jetpac
Dropbox. By far the best service ive ever used.
http://www.getdropbox.com/


+1 Dropbox. Love it.
#11
Jetpac
Dropbox. By far the best service ive ever used.
http://www.getdropbox.com/


+ 1 :thumbsup:

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