Manage, Move, Copy, and Migrate Files Between Cloud Storage Services with MultCloud

Posted on July 31, 2014. Filed under: Online storage | Tags: , , |

Manage, Move, Copy, and Migrate Files Between Cloud Storage Services with MultCloud.

Use MultCloud as if it were the Windows Explorer. It comes with all-in-one files management, including upload, download, cut, copy, paste, delete, rename, search, share and so on.”

Works for multiple online storage, such as Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Box, and more.

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Connect your classic printers with Google Cloud Print

Posted on March 4, 2013. Filed under: Google, printing | Tags: , , |

Connect your classic printers with Google Cloud Print.

Use this function in the Chrome browser to print through Google’s Cloud Print.

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Gladinet Cloud Desktop Starter Edition

Posted on April 18, 2011. Filed under: Online storage | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Gladinet Cloud Desktop Starter Edition lets you map online storage like a drive on your computer.

ZDNet has instructions.

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CloudMagic for GMail/Docs/Contacts

Posted on April 11, 2011. Filed under: browsers, Freeware/Shareware, Gmail (Google Mail), Google, searching | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

CloudMagic is a free addon for Firefox and Chrome which speeds up searching your GMail, Google Docs, and Google Contacts.

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Amazon Cloud Drive

Posted on April 3, 2011. Filed under: MP3, Music, Online storage | Tags: , , , , |

Amazon Cloud Drive has up to 5GB free online storage and more for pay.

Another interesting bonus: “When you purchase songs or albums from the Amazon MP3 Store, you can now save your purchases to your Cloud Drive. All your purchases are backed up and available for you to download at any time. Even better, you can listen to your music from any web-connected computer with Amazon Cloud Player. And the best part? When you save your Amazon MP3 Store purchases directly to your Cloud Drive, they don’t take up any of your storage space and are always stored for free.”

 

 

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HomePipe Streams Music from Your PC

Posted on June 14, 2010. Filed under: Files, Freeware/Shareware, networking, Online storage, Phones, Utilities | Tags: , , , |

Lifehacker has a report on how HomePipe Streams Music from Your PC to Your Smartphone.

“It requires a free account which is quick and easy to set up, and doesn’t require you to upload your files to a separate server—you can just access any files on your computer right from the HomePipe app. It’s basically just a file browser that connects to your drive at home and can stream music and video, view photos, and open up pretty much any other file you have on your computer.”

HomePipe.

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Ubuntu One

Posted on June 14, 2010. Filed under: Files, Linux, Online storage | Tags: , , , , , , |

It had to happen.

Ubuntu One provides a free (2GB) or pay (more storage) for Linux users online.

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Map a network drive to your online SkyDrive, Amazon S3 or Google Apps

Posted on April 19, 2010. Filed under: Online Software | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

ZDNet has instructions on how to Map a network drive to your online SkyDrive, Amazon S3 or Google Apps.

This uses freeware Gladinet Cloud Desktop to set up your online storage service (must already be registered with the service) so it works like a network drive.

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Live Mesh how-to from Office Watch

Posted on December 9, 2008. Filed under: Freeware/Shareware | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Office Watch has instructions for the new, still-experimental Live Mesh

Live Mesh is Microsoft’s file sharing ‘cloud’ technology and it’s available free for testing.

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