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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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by on October 12th, 2012

SecurelySend giveaway was offered at September 11th, 2012. SecurelySend is an online file upload, file transfer, file storage and file sharing tool that is used to send securely, 3 files of 200MB volume each, free, per month. That means, free account lets you send 3 large files of 200 MB each per month. The catch is the file security with SSL encryption layer that guarantees the file reaches to recipient and only the recipient. Premium account at SecurelySend allows you to send 20 files per month. Maximum size can be 2Gb and you can make that file password protected and encrypted. We had 10 premium accounts of SecurelySend. Here are the winners.

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ftp-for-linux

I can not ignore Linux users after posting FTP softwares for Windows and MAC. If MAC users are Pros then Linux users are Gurus. I have always a deep respect for Linux users. They are kind of self sufficient when it comes to OS and software. ftp is the old common standard file transfer tool from netkit. This is a basic thing installed on all Linux systems. Yet we have a list of other more powerful FTP clients and servers for Linux. Here are top Download/Upload managers or FTP clients for Linux.

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ftp-for-apple-mac

Previously I have posted 25+ FTP softwares for Windows. Here are 10 best FTP softwares and upload/download managers for MAC for your remote downloading/uploading needs.

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Flickr is the best solution for photo sharing medium. It has helped photographers and every other user to manage and share their photos very well. While we have a good Flickr uploader to upload photos as shown below:

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How about if you want some more ease while uploading at Flickr? You might want to customize upload size, licence info, photoset selection, privacy control, tags and more controls such as batch editing of photos before hitting upload button. Allow me to share 10 best free apps for uploading at Flickr for Windows, Linux and MAC.

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