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Dropbox launches Pro account with enhanced sharing controls

Dropbox has today launched a Pro version of its cloud storage app, which adds new options for sharing files and enhanced security options. In a post on the company’s blog, the company describes the three new sharing options: Sharing files using passwords on shared links, shared link expiration (so the link will stop working after a period of time) and …

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James O'MalleyDropbox launches Pro account with enhanced sharing controls

10 essential applications for authors: software and tools to banish writer's block for good

Your great unwritten novel. We've all got one, right? Sitting on the back burner, never to see the light of day beyond the flicker of an idea hiding at the back of your mind for God-knows how many years. It…

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Gerald Lynch10 essential applications for authors: software and tools to banish writer's block for good

SugarSync 2.0 launches: Searchable cloud storage service offers selective folder syncing and sharing

It's already been heralded by some experts as the ultimate cloud storage solution, but the team at SugarSync haven't been resting on their laurels. They've just launched SugarSync 2.0, a totally revamped version of their remote online storage service that's…

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Gerald LynchSugarSync 2.0 launches: Searchable cloud storage service offers selective folder syncing and sharing

Pogoplug offering 100GB of cloud storage to UK users for just £19.99 a year

Remember Pogoplug, the company who built pink personal "cloud engines" that offered networked storage inside your house, accessible from anywhere around the world? Stateside, Pogoplug have been building a more familiar cloud storage solution, and they've now announced that they're…

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Gerald LynchPogoplug offering 100GB of cloud storage to UK users for just £19.99 a year

Sony's Play Memories joins Google Drive, Dropbox, SkyDrive in cloud storage race

Hot on the heels of the Google Drive launch come's Sony's own cloud storage offering, Play Memories. A slightly different proposition, Play Memories is solely for the cloud-based storage of photos and videos, and doesn't support documents or other file…

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Gerald LynchSony's Play Memories joins Google Drive, Dropbox, SkyDrive in cloud storage race