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CNET
No, Apple Music doesn't delete your filesit up first. Either use Time Machine to store a local copy, or upload it to a c
No, Apple Music doesn't delete your files
CNET / Posted 5 hours ago
it up first. Either use Time Machine to store a local copy, or upload it to a cloud service such as OneDrive, Dropbox or Google Drive. As long as you have the original files, you will never lose access to them. They are, after all, your... Read more
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Computer Business Review
5 cloud cyber security tools that will protect your businesshard-disk, it stores encrypted data in a directory of the user's choice which c
5 cloud cyber security tools that will protect your business
Computer Business Review / Posted 8 hours ago
hard-disk, it stores encrypted data in a directory of the user's choice which can be a Dropbox folder, SkyDrive directory, Google Drive folder and more. The tool is capable of encrypting files and data before they are uploaded to the cloud, which... Read more
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TechCrunch
Google connects BigQuery to Google Drive and Sheetsright to Google Sheets, its Excel competitor. In addition, BigQuery will also n
Google connects BigQuery to Google Drive and Sheets
TechCrunch / Posted 8 hours ago
right to Google Sheets, its Excel competitor. In addition, BigQuery will also now be able to directly access files from Google Drive for analysis without having to first load them into BigQuery and the service can also directly query Google... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Nearly half of OS X devs want to learn Swift – MacDailyNewsFadilpašić reports. “Of those developers that do use cloud for file sharing, Dr
Nearly half of OS X devs want to learn Swift – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted yesterday
Fadilpašić reports. “Of those developers that do use cloud for file sharing, Dropbox is the number one solution, with Google Drive being the leading intranet and documentation solution.” “In the future, almost a half of developers would love... Read more
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techcentral.ie
WinZip 20.5via email, instant messaging or social media. The program now supports more cl
WinZip 20.5
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
via email, instant messaging or social media. The program now supports more cloud services, too: Box, CloudMe, Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, SugarSync and ZipSend. Wherever your files are going, an optimised zip engine means they’ll be... Read more
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TechCrunch
Thingthing takes $400k to turn a productivity keyboard app into a services platformyou hit the icon. Third party accounts that can be linked to Thingthing’s keyb
Thingthing takes $400k to turn a productivity keyboard app into a services platform
TechCrunch / Posted yesterday
you hit the icon. Third party accounts that can be linked to Thingthing’s keyboard at this point include Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Pocket and Todoist. The app can also be connected to your phone’s camera roll and... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Google Docs for iOS 1.2016.16204Until now, iPad and iPhone users have been poorly served by official apps for a
Google Docs for iOS 1.2016.16204
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
Until now, iPad and iPhone users have been poorly served by official apps for accessing their Google Drive-stored documents. Unlike its Android counterpart, Google Drive has always been a read-only option for viewing documents stored in the cloud,... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Google Sheets for iOS 1.2016.16204Until now, iPad and iPhone users have been poorly served by official apps for a
Google Sheets for iOS 1.2016.16204
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
Until now, iPad and iPhone users have been poorly served by official apps for accessing their Google Drive-stored documents. Unlike its Android counterpart, Google Drive has always been a read-only option for viewing documents stored in the cloud,... Read more
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The Financial Express
Top 5 cloud storage apps for Android phones: Never lose a file again(and freely available) cloud storage apps for Android phones and tablets. Anyb
Top 5 cloud storage apps for Android phones: Never lose a file again
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
(and freely available) cloud storage apps for Android phones and tablets. Anybody with a Google account will find the Google Drive a very useful app. Simply called the Drive, this app is a safe place for all types of your files, such as... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
5 Apps To Simply Life If You Work On The Roadto developers, meaning there are new and interesting integrations launching eve
5 Apps To Simply Life If You Work On The Road
Lifehacker Australia / Posted yesterday
to developers, meaning there are new and interesting integrations launching every day. You can already integrate Slack with Google Drive for collaborative editing, and ask the in-chat bot to remind you of things or order an Uber. Depending on what... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
It’s not just you: CIRA study discovers low Internet speeds across Canadato the upload speeds in their community,” the organization’s researchers said.
It’s not just you: CIRA study discovers low Internet speeds across Canada
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 2 days ago
to the upload speeds in their community,” the organization’s researchers said. “The use of cloud-based back-up (like Google Drive or OneDrive) and video sharing services (like Periscope or YouTube) require significant upload bandwidth.” When... Read more
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Daily Herald
Microsoft to launch new file-sharing softwaremaker will offer free migrations for customers of its Office cloud software who
Microsoft to launch new file-sharing software
Daily Herald / Posted 2 days ago
maker will offer free migrations for customers of its Office cloud software who want to switch to OneDrive from Box or Google Drive. It has been three years since Microsoft released a new version of the traditional, non-cloud SharePoint, which... Read more
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T3
How to reset and restore all of your gadgetshave some comprehensive backup features built in. You can use one of these or a
How to reset and restore all of your gadgets
T3 / Posted 2 days ago
have some comprehensive backup features built in. You can use one of these or a third-party utility like Dropbox or Google Drive to make sure everything is in the cloud before the reinstall starts. We've written about backing up your data... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Arq 5.0.47Arq is an easy-to-use cloud backup tool which can save your chosen folders to D
Arq 5.0.47
techcentral.ie / Posted 3 days ago
Arq is an easy-to-use cloud backup tool which can save your chosen folders to Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive/ Nearline, Amazon S3/ Glacier. The program is very straightforward. Once launched, just select your backup destination or destinations (you... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
Plenty to discover at Drayton Valley GenfairFirst Vice-President of the AGS, Lianne Kruger, simplified how to use Google se
Plenty to discover at Drayton Valley Genfair
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 4 days ago
First Vice-President of the AGS, Lianne Kruger, simplified how to use Google searches effectively and how to use Google Drive to store and share information, documents and photos with others. While demonstrating the process on computer,... Read more
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techcentral.ie
MEmu 2.6.5main download is horribly slow, so we’ve linked to the main MEmu page, instead.
MEmu 2.6.5
techcentral.ie / Posted 4 days ago
main download is horribly slow, so we’ve linked to the main MEmu page, instead. This has more options, including a Google Drive download which is faster. Once the download and setup is out of the way, life gets much easier. A window opens... Read more
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examiner.com
IECs provide early reviews of new Coalition technologywas a breeze—50 MB is substantial. In fact, the best feature about the Locker i
IECs provide early reviews of new Coalition technology
examiner.com / Posted 5 days ago
was a breeze—50 MB is substantial. In fact, the best feature about the Locker is that it accepts files directly from my Google Drive or Drop Box, so I can work on a computer that has no hard drive, like a Chrome Book.” According to the... Read more
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Mashable
Microsoft wants to connect all your favorite apps with Flowbasis. Navigating through all those different things, while important, can be a
Microsoft wants to connect all your favorite apps with Flow
Mashable / Posted 7 days ago
basis. Navigating through all those different things, while important, can be annoying. Email, texts, Twitter, Slack, Google Drive and Dropbox are just a few examples, and being able to condense that list down would be a huge help. Microsoft... Read more
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MedCity News
Cloud apps in hospitals are a Pandora’s Box for hackers: Here are 4 security issues to considercontent sharing services like YouTube and LiveLeak, to social media (Facebook,
Cloud apps in hospitals are a Pandora’s Box for hackers: Here are 4 security issues to consider
MedCity News / Posted 7 days ago
content sharing services like YouTube and LiveLeak, to social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) and file sharing such as Google Drive and Dropbox. Are we really surprised? It’s time to acknowledge the extraordinary level of immersion in online... Read more
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TechCrunch
Microsoft’s new tool for building line-of-business apps is now in public previewboth its own tools like Excel, Office 365, SharePoint Online, OneDrive and Dyna
Microsoft’s new tool for building line-of-business apps is now in public preview
TechCrunch / Posted 7 days ago
both its own tools like Excel, Office 365, SharePoint Online, OneDrive and Dynamics CRM, but also to third-party tools like Google Drive, Salesforce, Dropbox, Slack and Twitter. If you rely on a service that isn’t integrated into PowerApps yet, you... Read more
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Engadget
Flow is Microsoft's take on IFTTT automationThese include Microsoft products like Office 365 and OneDrive; third-party plat
Flow is Microsoft's take on IFTTT automation
Engadget / Posted 7 days ago
These include Microsoft products like Office 365 and OneDrive; third-party platforms such as Twitter, Dropbox, MailChimp, Google Drive, Slack and Trello; and developer-focused options like Github and SQL. Just like IFTTT, you'll be able to create... Read more
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The Verge
Microsoft has created its own IFTTT tool called Flowthat connects a number of cloud services together. Microsoft's Flow is designe
Microsoft has created its own IFTTT tool called Flow
The Verge / Posted 7 days ago
that connects a number of cloud services together. Microsoft's Flow is designed to connect services like Twitter, Slack, Google Drive, Dropbox, and Office 365. Microsoft lists a number of example "flows" (recipes), including the ability to... Read more
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Connecticut Post
LEAKED: Microsoft is working on a new tool to help automate your lifeMeet Microsoft Flow: A free way to connect all of your cloud services — includi
LEAKED: Microsoft is working on a new tool to help automate your life
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 days ago
Meet Microsoft Flow: A free way to connect all of your cloud services — including Slack, GitHub, Twitter, and Google Drive — together in new and novel ways. You can have your Dropbox files automatically copied to a OneDrive account. You can have... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
LEAKED: Microsoft is working on a new tool to help automate your lifeMeet Microsoft Flow: A free way to connect all of your cloud services — includi
LEAKED: Microsoft is working on a new tool to help automate your life
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
Meet Microsoft Flow: A free way to connect all of your cloud services — including Slack, GitHub, Twitter, and Google Drive — together in new and novel ways. You can have your Dropbox files automatically copied to a OneDrive account. You can have... Read more
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techcentral.ie
File Expert with Clouds 8.0.1ordered. ✔ Access & Manage Clouds Files Apart from managing local files, File
File Expert with Clouds 8.0.1
techcentral.ie / Posted 8 days ago
ordered. ✔ Access & Manage Clouds Files Apart from managing local files, File Expert is able to explore mainstream Clouds Google Drive, Dropbox, Box.net, MediaFire, Yandex, SkyDrive, SugarSync,KDrive, Sina VDisk and more…Which is your treasure... Read more
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Wired News
Apple's New MacBook Proves Less Really Is Moreno reason to leave the MacBook plugged in. I charge it like I charge my phone:
Apple's New MacBook Proves Less Really Is More
Wired News / Posted 9 days ago
no reason to leave the MacBook plugged in. I charge it like I charge my phone: at night, or when it’s dead. Meanwhile I use Google Drive to back up my files, so what do I need a USB hard drive for? And since the keyboard and trackpad are good... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Google Drive for Android 2.4It is a service that has been talked about for just about as long as anyone can
Google Drive for Android 2.4
techcentral.ie / Posted 9 days ago
It is a service that has been talked about for just about as long as anyone can remember, but now that Google Drive has finally been released to the public there are desktop and mobile apps that can be used to access the files that you have chosen to... Read more
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CNET
Get back the 10GB of free OneDrive storage Microsoft is taking awayWindows). You might well decide to move your online-storage business to the lik
Get back the 10GB of free OneDrive storage Microsoft is taking away
CNET / Posted 10 days ago
Windows). You might well decide to move your online-storage business to the likes of Amazon Cloud Drive, Box, Dropbox or Google Drive. In fact, Google Drive is now the free-storage leader in that group, as it offers 15GB. So if you were getting... Read more
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Wired News
Two Tips to Keep Your Phone’s Encrypted Messages Encryptedtheir fancy end-to-end encryption, have that protection stripped away when they
Two Tips to Keep Your Phone’s Encrypted Messages Encrypted
Wired News / Posted 10 days ago
their fancy end-to-end encryption, have that protection stripped away when they’re backed up to Apple’s iCloud servers or Google Drive. And that leaves your messages open to all the usual risks of exposure to hackers, to Apple or Google... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Polarr Photo Editor 3.2.8 for Chrometool, amongst other useful options, and finished images may be saved locally or
Polarr Photo Editor 3.2.8 for Chrome
techcentral.ie / Posted 10 days ago
tool, amongst other useful options, and finished images may be saved locally or exported to Facebook, Dropbox, Flickr, Google Drive, Picasa, Box and Evernote. Polarr can also be used from any browser at its website, and the company offers... Read more
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Northwest Herald
5 apps help families stay in touch, on taskPDFs of things like the address of a restaurant or a flight itinerary. And you
5 apps help families stay in touch, on task
Northwest Herald / Posted 10 days ago
PDFs of things like the address of a restaurant or a flight itinerary. And you can integrate it with Google Calendar and Google Drive. One speed bump: While you can respond to a family member’s post with emojis, you can’t create a conversation... Read more
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CNET
Adobe Acrobat get touched-up annotations, improved accessibility and Adobe Experience Manager integrationthat means it can seamlessly get notifications from these services, open, proce
Adobe Acrobat get touched-up annotations, improved accessibility and Adobe Experience Manager integration
CNET / Posted 10 days ago
that means it can seamlessly get notifications from these services, open, process and sync back forms. Still missing: Google Drive. When asked about support for it, I got the response "stay tuned." A year ago, the answer was "it's on the... Read more
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Engadget
Gmail on Android is ready for your Exchange accountYou'll at least have something else to try while you're waiting. An update to G
Gmail on Android is ready for your Exchange account
Engadget / Posted 11 days ago
You'll at least have something else to try while you're waiting. An update to Google Drive on the web has introduced Chrome notifications that let you know whenever someone either shares files or requests access. It's a small thing (you'd ultimately... Read more
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PC Magazine
Teamwork Projectswhich supports five projects and includes 1GB of storage. You cannot integrate
Teamwork Projects
PC Magazine / Posted 11 days ago
which supports five projects and includes 1GB of storage. You cannot integrate this account with third-party apps, such as Google Drive, Box, or Dropbox, however. Still, it's a decent option for bare-bones teams that are just getting started with a... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Last Week's 10 Biggest Postsothers, it’s possible to fit his resume on a single page. Yes, this means you’r
Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 12 days ago
others, it’s possible to fit his resume on a single page. Yes, this means you’re probably waffling. File Syncing Showdown: Google Drive Vs. Dropbox Vs. OneDriveAccess to decent cloud storage is practically a necessity these days whether it’s for... Read more
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Pinoy Tech Blog
Microsoft to drop OneDrive free storage down to 5GBchanges. However, I feel that this move will spark a big uproar from OneDrive u
Microsoft to drop OneDrive free storage down to 5GB
Pinoy Tech Blog / Posted 12 days ago
changes. However, I feel that this move will spark a big uproar from OneDrive users, and will put Microsoft at a slight disadvantage against Google who still continues to give users free 15GB storage as soon as they sign up for... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
KTVB Boise / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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11 News Houston
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
11 News Houston / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Houston floods: How you can plan for disastera "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're
Houston floods: How you can plan for disaster
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 12 days ago
a "zero-knowledge" policy, which means your files are encrypted before they're sent to the cloud. Don't rely on Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud for this. Instead, try something like SpiderOak or SugarSync. SpiderOak starts at $7 a month for 30... Read more
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