Online Storage

zoolz-dashboard

Zoolz dashboard provides you an informative interface from where you can view backup progress. You can pause and resume backup from dashboard. You can go to data selection to backup, go to Zoolz settings, and there is a restore section for backup that has been taken. Dashboard is really nice.

I subscribed for Zoolz service last night and I have got a free account with 100 GB online storage. You have to download Zoolz setup provided by them and have to signup by using that software and after when you are done, pure awesomeness starts. Its easy to use self explanatory great backup service that you will definitely love. Here are screenshots with explanation.

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Zoolz is an online tool that can backup all data from your computer and all drives connected to your PC automatically. Backup without any limitations. Leverage Amazon AWS technology. They are giving 100GB of free space to first one million users for lifetime. Normally you get 100GB with them in $1.66/month (yearly plan). So do you want to get 100GB free space for lifetime with them? We just reserved a spot for us and guess what? They told us that we will get this 100GB with our account after 100764 people. We are in queue after 100764 people. And by the time I am writing this, 90 people have signed up for this free offer after us, in just 5 minutes or so. They are popular, right!

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I do not need to explain that “what is dropbox”. Home users use dropbox, companies use it, webmasters use it, everybody uses dropbox to store data online. Its a great online drive to store any kind of data, files, folders or archives. Data backup concept has shifted from local backup to online backup. PC hard drive is stable in most cases but for maximum security, users use online storage to store backup or any kind of data. Being online, data is available anywhere / anytime and it is in the cloud, so it is safe and will be accessible in every case. You can use dropbox to save your files and you can share those files as well. How do you allow other users to upload files to your dropbox account?

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Services like Dropbox, Skydrive and Google drive have made it easy to store files online. But more users are familiar with RapidShare. If you want to allow users to upload their files in your RapidShare account for free then it is easy. Friends who use RapidShare together can get benefit from this or a company can get file updates from employees or clients by using this method. All you have to do is to create a shared folder and set its privileges in a right way. I have also explained three different levels of RapidShare folders access and how to set RapidShare folder privileges.

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backup-box-mover

Here is the ultimate backup and online data transfer solution. Want to move a large WordPress website to another server with little effort? Want to create a copy of your whole website as a zipped file straight into your GDrive in less than 2 minutes? Want to switch cloud storage providers? Want to move from Dropbox to Box? Or from Google Drive to SkyDrive? Want to archive and timestamp your backup transfers to keep historical data? Want to backup WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, databases? Backup anything or everything. No plugin, scripts, or any software required. Manage everything from easy to use web interface. Use lifetime free 50GB of awesome storage.

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by on September 25th, 2012

With iCloud, the stuff you love is everywhere you need it. Automatically, iCloud stores your music, photos, documents, and more, wirelessly and pushes them to all your Apple devices. Automatic, effortless, and seamless data syncing through all Apple devices puts you at ease on the go – wherever you are, whatever Apple device you are using, you can access your photos, music, videos, contacts, and documents anywhere. You need Apple ID to use iCloud service. iCloud offers 5GB of free storage online. Once you activate iCloud service in your Apple device, all your data from that device starts to store at iCloud under your Apple ID. If you use any other iDevice, login to your Apple account and enable iCloud at it, you will be able to access all your data from iCloud in that new device. Watch videos below for more explanation.

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