If you are like me that love that extra space, you could be searching for sites to store files online. Everyone would love to store their data on their web servers, but the huge price tag slammed on such services are really a no brainier, especially if you are working on a budget.
Over the years, I have learned to have my files up there in cloud; a lot of things could happen to your physical storage device, which could mean the end of years of hard work. To advert this, it is best practise to store your files in more than one file hosting sites.
So, here is the deal. I have put up a compressive list of 5 sites to store files online. They are so many out there and it could be more in here, but our philosophy is to keep things in a list simple and informative.
This is obviously one of one the most popular file hosting sites; you can easily upload your files to Dropbox secure server and also share them quickly. Dropbox automatically sync your files online with any other computer you have dropbox installed, with your login credentials.
Dropbox is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can access your files anywhere, even if you do not have Dropbox installed on the machine. The company offers 2 GB free storage space to every user while premium users can get much about 100 GB of storage space.
Livedrive comes with a unique and intuitive user interface, allowing users make use of the “drag and drop” feature for easy file transfer between Livedrive and social platforms like Flickr, Facebook and SmugMug
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Livedrive provides unlimited free storage for securely storing your files, images, videos and other digital contents. Once a file is stored in Livedrive, you can access it anywhere, either through your mobile phone or your Personal Computer.
You can also view and edit MSOffice documents online and Watch your videos on the web.
With DigitalBucket, you can store and retrieve any kind of data. It is scalable, customizable and secure – using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) to provide secure and encrypted data transfers (including file upload and download) between user browser and digitalbucket.net server
DigitialBucket give you so much freedom, you can create, modify and arrange your information in folders – just the way you work on your personal computer.
You can eaisly share files with business associates and friends. You can publish documents, create photo slide shows etc.
If you need a site to store and share high quality photos online without reducing the image resolution, then Imagedash has got you covered.
With its simple, fast and easy to use graphical user interface, hosting images online couldn’t any better.
MySites comes with a lot of functionality, including its intuitive way to store and manage your data online.
You would be given 10 GB of storage space to store your media files and any other digital content. You can share these data with friends and family members; you can also embed these items inside your storage space with a simple code or share the direct link to each data available on the MySites storage space.
These are impressive services; I particularly love Imagedash for storing and sharing my images. There are a legion of sites where you can store your files online and share same with friends, business associates and family members. You should find one from the list that works best for you.