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Online Sync and File Sharing
(based on 2 reviews)

Key Features of Dropbox

  • Up to 100GB available to paying customers.
  • Mobile Access
  • Military grade encryption methods

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Overview of Dropbox

Dropbox allows you to sync your files online and across your computers automatically.

2GB of online storage for free, with up to 100GB available to paying customers.
Sync files of any size or type.
Sync Windows, Mac, and Linux computers.
Automatically syncs when new files or changes are detected.

File Sharing

Shared folders allow several people to collaborate on the same files.
See other people's changes instantly.
Use your "Public" folder to link directly to files.
Control who has access to your shared folders. Kick people out and remove the shared files from their computers in the process.
Automatically create shareable online photo galleries out of regular folders.

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Intended UsersFreelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profits, Public Administrations, Small Business
Devices SupportedAndroid, iPhone-iPad, Linux, Mac, RIM-BlackBerry, Web-based, Windows, Windows Phone
Supported CountriesAsia, Australia, Canada, China, Europe, India, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States
Supported LanguagesEnglish
Categories· Document Management · Collaboration Tools · File Sharing · Backup and Archival · Cloud API · Cloud Storage · Storage

Dropbox Pricing

Starting from: $9.99
Pricing model: Freemium, Subscription
Free Trial: Available

Free up to 2 GB, $9.99 / Month up to 50GB

Dropbox does it well!

Director Bob20th of February 12:24

I've used Hightail and Dropbox. Both work well but slightly different. The advantage to Dropbox for me is cost. It is considerably cheaper per gigabyte for sharing larger files. I use both their on-line interface and the desktop program. The desktop has an icon that indicates upload status. It took me a while to understand that sharing a folder with a colleague means that both of our computers need to be on and if something is deleted or moved on one computer it is deleted on the other. This may be true of all sharing services. My only complaint with Dropbox is that it seems a bit slow to upload. But, again, that may be true of all similar services.

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Difficult to imagine how life was before Dropbox

Elke8th of June, 2012 14:12

Dropbox is just standard for every office and private cloud computing users. I think it offers all the features that you need to organize in a good way your files in the cloud.

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  • · Sync Multiple Devices
  • · Automatic Online Backup
  • · Access all your data on-the-go
  • · Data Security & Protection
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  • · 2 GB of storage (free) or Unlimited storage (paid plan)
  • · Share files up to 250MB (free) or 10GB (paid plan)
  • · 5 e-signatures (free) or Unlimited e-signatures (paid plan)
  • · Secure delivery (all plans)
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  • · cloud backup
  • · collaboration
  • · file sharing alternative to e-mailing files or using FTP
  • · syncs files between PCs and Mac
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  • · Access all your data in one de-duplicated location
  • · Configurable multi-platform synchronization
  • · Preserve all historical versions & deleted files
  • · Share folders instantly in web ShareRooms w / RSS
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  • · Open/locked file support
  • · 448-bit Blowfish encryption
  • · 128-bit SSL encryption
  • · Automatic or scheduled backups
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  • · Automatically fill out PDF document
  • · Streamline Word document generation
  • · Create powerful Excel spreadsheets
  • · Generate customized PowerPoint presentations
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