This is a guest post by the MetisMe team. Statistics reflect that over 6 billion email attachments are exchanged every day across the globe, and on an average working day, an individual spends almost 30% of his working hours dealing with emails. This includes sorting emails, finding email attachments, organizing and managing them, and sharing…
We highlighted a powerful mobile app that allows you to convert to and from PDF files yesterday. However, if you’re sitting on a desktop you might want the flexibility to easily convert and share files. This is where the revamped Cometdocs comes into the picture.
If you think that a few authorities can keep Kim Dotcom down, then think again. The founder of the now shutdown MegaUpload has announced the launch of a new file sharing site. Titled Mega, and soon to be available at www.
The cloud is the big buzzword for 2012. It refers, of course, to an effective data storage system that can be accessed from remote locations. Instead of hefting the burden of running programs onto a limited number of local servers, functions are divided among an entire cloud network.
In the age of torrents, one method of file sharing that has still remained prevalent for several years is Usenet. Usenet was created in 1979 by two university students looking for a way to share “news”. Usenet quickly grew into the largest Internet discussion community a full 10 years before the World Wide Web was ever created (The World Wide Web was proposed in August 1991).
Are you constantly sharing files with your friends, site visitors etc? If so, then you already familiar with Rapidshare, Mediafire, DivShare and other file sharing sites. However, uploading to a single file sharing service has its negative points.
Do you want to share videos or photos with your friend? One option is send all your files via email. The result is clogged inboxes and a good likelihood that emails may bounce or land in spam.