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A short tutorial showing you how to quickly and easily transfer up to 100Gb of data (pictures, videos, files, etc) using Dropbox’s brand new transfer feature. Sadly if you don’t have a premium Dropbox account, you’ll only have access to 100mb transfer sizes.
A quick introduction to several different cloud service types. SaaS — Software-as-a-Service, PaaS — Platform-as-a-Service, and IaaS — Infrastructure-as-a-Service. Three complex-sounding abbreviations that are really easy to get your head around when explained the right way.
A short tutorial showing you how to download your saved game states from Steam Cloud to your computer. Download all of your Steam Cloud saves to your local device for quick and easy transfer to other locations.
Steams cloud sync function is one of the best yet underrated features of the client, automatically uploading all your game saves, and extra data to the cloud. Most of the time cloud sync is a quick process taking a second or two to complete, however, can take several minutes on occasion. This article aims to shed light on the reasons why this happens and how you can speed up Steam cloud sync.
Although online cloud storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, and SugarSyncare are extremely useful tools and quite reliable for data hosting, there are some complexities about them, that your private information stored there is always at stake as all your data is uploaded to their own servers. There might be some confidential data which you won`t feel comfortable storing on the outer servers, but still you may want to access that as you would do using any other devices.