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How to get 30GB of free storage with OneDrive right now

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I’m positively elated to tell you something amazing today; I tried it out and proved it actually works. Here’s the deal: Google Drive currently gives you a 15GB of free space.  Which, honestly I thought was copious space. OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) also gives you 15GB

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How to encrypt your cloud service using CryptSync

Let me ask you a question: How many cloud services are you currently using? If you’re like most people you probably have files disseminated across multiple cloud providers. Perhaps you stash your family photos with Dropbox, your work documents reside on Microsoft

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Free secure cloud storage with SpiderOak Hive

With new cloud storage sites popping up all over the web such as Shared.com and SurDoc, sometimes it’s hard to discern the winners from the losers.  Some cloud services are prominent like Dropbox but but not everyone realizes that there are reliable secure alternatives.

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Surdoc joins the fray with 100GB of free cloud storage

SurDoc’s philosophy is simple.  The cloud should be free just like email. SurDoc joins the ranks of other upcoming free cloud storage companies like Shared.com (I signed up for Shared and can attest that it’s pretty good). But one thing about

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What is the Cloud?

I hear people flippantly tossing the term Cloud Computing, Cloud Storage and Software as a Service (SaaS) around business meetings, around the office and around the elevator.  This bothers me because I feel no one really knows what the cloud is.  I

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