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How to Manage All Your Cloud Storage in One Place

by Chris Cairns - on May 5th 2016 - No Comments
Cloud storage management

The ability to save so much data in the cloud has proven remarkably useful for consumers and businesses alike. You can save your documents and pictures with your cloud storage provider of choice, accessing those files through your computer, on your smartphone or on your tablet, as long as you have a connection to the Internet. But what...

Awesome Google Drive Add-Ons To Improve Productivity

by Chris Cairns - on Jun 26th 2014 - No Comments
Google Drive

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that Google has come to dominate so many aspects of my online life. What’s great is that the experience we get with many Google products can be further appended and enhanced by third-party developers. You might already use Google Drive to backup your smartphone photos. You might...

5 Great Tools For A Paperless Office

by Michael Kwan - on May 27th 2014 - No Comments
Paperless Office

It’s really quite remarkable just how far we’ve come with technology and yet we still rely so heavily on dead trees to communicate with one another. It’s said that you should be the change that you want to see in this world, so if you want the rest of the world to move forward, then you’ll want to make those critical...

Five Unique Cloud Storage Solution Alternatives

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 30th 2014 - No Comments
A Computer Hard Drive

By now, you’ve probably familiarized yourself with some of the more popular cloud storage solutions available on the Internet. There’s a good chance that you’re already making good use of your Dropbox account and you might already be collaborating with your colleagues through Google Drive too, but all of these solutions...

7 Great iPhone Cloud Storage Apps

by Michael Kwan - on Jan 31st 2013 - No Comments
Taking the iPhone to the Cloud

You’ve got a shiny new iPhone or maybe you’ve already had your iPhone for a while. Whatever the case, you’ve probably noticed that the iPhone doesn’t have a memory card slot. If you buy a 16GB iPhone, that’s all the on-board storage that you’re going to get. But what if you need more? What if you want...

Dropbox Security: How To Setup A 2-Step Verification

by Michael Kwan - on Sep 21st 2012 - 1 Comment
Dropbox 2-Step Verification

Absolutely, the convenience of cloud computing means that you don’t need to rely nearly as much on local storage and you can effectively access your files from any computer, anywhere in the world. This creates a double-edged sword, however, as it makes you vulnerable to hacks, thefts, and data leaks. This is why it’s so important...

Google Drive — Everything You Need To Know

by Michael Kwan - on May 3rd 2012 - No Comments
Image of Google Drive

For better or for worse, Google has come to dominate my online life. I made this statement four years ago and, if anything, it holds even truer today than it did then. I use Gmail. I use YouTube. I have an Android phone. While Google+ hasn’t quite been a runaway success, to put it lightly, Google continues to dominate the online...

Dropbox App For iPad And iPhone — Carry Gigabytes Of Data In Your Pocket

by Peter North - on Feb 28th 2012 - No Comments
Dropbox App For iPad And iPhone – Carry Gigabytes Of Data In Your Pocket

There are quite a few cloud-based file storage services on the web, but Dropbox is one of the very best. If you don’t believe me, believe the late Steve Jobs, who offered to buy Dropbox for more than $100 million. Still don’t believe Dropbox is the best of it’s kind? Get this: Dropbox rejected Steve Job’s nine...

Digitize Your Docs And Lead A Paperless Life With CamScanner iOS App

by Peter North - on Feb 1st 2012 - No Comments
CamScanner for iOS

If you ask any book publisher, library or archivist, they will tell you decisively: Paper is out. Documents of all kinds are going digital. In fact, digitizing paper documents is already a multi-million dollar industry. Large, small, public, and private companies are all trading in their archaic paper-based filing systems for database-driven...

6 Custom Searchbot Solutions

by Luke McKinney - on Mar 25th 2011 - No Comments
(Image: LeoBlanchette / iStockphoto)

Living smart means staying informed, but these days that’s like Charlie Sheen staying stimulated — there’s far, far too much stuff doing that and what’s desperately needed is some means of control. Once upon a time the man who knew which rocks made the sparks had all the information he needed to get ahead. Nowadays...