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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.
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.
Now a days we cannot rely on our computers or other external hard drives to carry our data. So many risk involved. Newer trend is to save data online.
Take it from Microsoft to jump into the fray for Online Storage and then show why they can attract customers / users. In an announcement on the Windows Live SkyDrive blog, Microsoft announced some updates to their online storage service. Space has been increased five fold from 5GB to 25GB of free online storage Control your data.
With the space that Yahoo! offers today, it is a great place to store your files, at least temporarily. It would always be better to use a full fledged file backup service.
It's crossed the limit finally. You have now more than 7GB storage space with Gmail. Storage space crossed the storage limit a few days before.
DivShare, the free file hosting site did come with a bang. It did expand quickly due to its easy integration with WordPress as well as Facebook. However, four days back, in a post at DNForum, DivShare has been put up for sale.