Cloud storage with Dropbox
Dropbox is a cloud based data storage and synchronization service which provides 2GB of free storage and 50 or 100 GB for subscription accounts. Save your files in the Dropbox folder on your computer and as long as you’re connected to the Internet they’re automatically—and almost instantly—updated on Dropbox’s servers whenever you make changes.
Switch to a different computer and your data are automatically synced as soon as you go online. Even if it’s not your computer you can still access your files from your Dropbox online account or via a smartphone app.
The nice folk at DropBox give you 2GB of free synchronized storage and it’s a no-brainer to use. Download Dropbox using this referral link from One Wild Kiwi and you’ll get an extra 500MB of free storage. As will I.
This is an outstanding service.
Because it’s very easy to manage I use Dropbox for all my everyday working files – the ones that I access and/or change regularly: Files like my “fridge door” action file, my computer installation logs, inventory, web site and blog files, images and notes.