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SortMyBox requires a great deal of trust in those with whom you share your folders, and it's useful only if you place all incoming files in its SortMyBox folder. If your team is good at following rules, though, it this service could make your DropBox folders easier to navigate.
FTP may sound old-fashioned, but it's still useful. Steed brings FTP interfaces into the current decade with an easy-to-use, clean design, and cloud storage integration.
Looking to move your infrastructure to the cloud? Here's a close look at the four big players to consider.
We tested 20 cloud-storage services to find the best tools for sharing and syncing files, backing up PCs, sharing photos, listening to music, and more.
Sanebox is a truly useful tool for restoring sanity to the craziest of inboxes.
OpenPhoto lets you host your own photos online, using Dropbox or Amazon S3, for free.
This camera delivers maximum performance--and maximally complex software to support it.
Software can protect your business from cyberthreats--but these tools can help keep it physically secure.
This surveillance system's cameras are easy to deploy, configure, and monitor, but you're limited to six of them.
You don’t need a PC to deploy this video surveillance system.
App2Card is a quick and simple service which lets developers and individuals produce unique business cards.