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Store your files in your Cubby house

on December 7, 2012 8:00 am

Still don’t have enough cloud storage?  Cubby is a new file-syncing/sharing service from LogMeIn, makers of one of the most popular remote access tools. Previously only available via invitation-only beta, it’s now open as a public beta.  Signing up will get you 5GB of storage, and you can refer friends for an additional 1GB, for up to 25GB total storage. One neat feature of Cubby is that you can sync files between devices without having to store it in the cloud, and “DirectSync” shares don’t count towards your storage limit. Of course there is a desktop client, web client, and also iOS and Android apps.

My biggest issue now is finding on which cloud service I’ve stored things.  There are solutions out there, but I haven’t really researched fully. Anyone got any recommendations?

Comments

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    Seth Foster says:

    I have found SugarSync to work really great. The nice thing about their system is that you set up a folder(s) to sync and then any change you make to a file in that folder, or add a new file to it, get sync’d automatically.

    Their support is very helpful (the one time I needed it) and they also have a referral program. Worth checking out- and if anyone is interested, I can send them an invite that by clicking, will get them additional free storage…

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    Bill Henderson says:

    Ian,
    I use Google Drive, because it puts a folder on my desktop that I can just drag to and from… no hassle with my Macs or iPad.

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