Oh Backups, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I backup my backups to my backups, and I love to try all the latest backup solutions. The one online backup solution I used for the last several years has been Dolly Drive. Dolly Drive was a unique backup solution because it used [...]
We talked about this service on my last MacReviewCast. Today BetaNews has an in-depth look at Minus online storage provider I wanted to share with you. It’s worth a look if you want to share large files for free.
“There are plenty of free online storage providers around, but most provide only one or two gigabytes of space in their basic accounts: not much, by modern standards.
Minus stands out, though, by offering a whole 10GB, free of charge. The service supports files up to 2GB in size; these can be private, shared individually through links, or entirely open to public view; and there are no transfer limits, very useful if you’ve large files you’d like to distribute and you’re worried about potential bandwidth costs. And these are just some of the plus points of the Minus service.
I first became aware of Dolly Drive at Macworld in Jan. It won the Mac Life Best in Show for Software award. So I wanted to learn more. I’ve been using Dolly Drive for the last couple weeks on my Macbook Pro and the experience has been very painless and without incident. For back-up software, [...]