We compared the leading cloud storage services—including Dropbox, iCloud, and Google Drive—on per-gigabyte pricing, sure. But there are a few tricks and tools for each service you probably don't know about.
Having everything on the web is handy, minus, of course, when it goes down, or you forget to sync something. Here are the best no-worry means of keeping your important documents accessible from any computer.
It's not every day that you get to see a company before they have their product finished, before they hired PR people, or have everything together. Which is why it's interesting to see Newline Software, which is a startup located in Redmond, WA and is housed in Thinkspace, which is a green coworking space designed for startups. Here the two founders tell you about their company which is designed to back up your PC in a new way and they also tell you why starting up at Thinkspace is important to them.
Apple's MobileMe is variously reviled and applauded in different corners of the Net, but it's hard to argue that it provides a pretty comprehensive service. So comprehensive that Best Buy has just cloned it—and made it available for free.
When it comes to technology, every home-based business owner can feel a little bit alone from time to time. There’s no help-desk or IT staff to call when your PC, Internet connection, or other devices are on the blink. It’s your problem. These tech challenges are not something to be taken lightly.
So here are some of the biggest technology challenges for home-based businesses—and some tips for how to make sure you don’t fall victim to them.
My well loved, well used laptop died last week. I purchase a new one and as I was getting it back to a usable state, I opened a list of software I install after purchasing a new PC for my friends and family. After getting everything back to a usable state, I thought that it was pretty good list to share. So, here is my list of five essential downloads to get. The best part, they are all free.
Microsoft's [NASDAQ: MSFT] Windows Home Server is a nifty piece of software that lets you store all your data and backups in one convenient, network-accessible place. As cool as that sounds, it's decidely less cool if the software comes with an extreme data corruption bug, as it did when released last year. To remedy this erratum, Microsoft has released an overdue service pack called Power Pack 1, which should also improve other features like backup, remote access, and energy saving, as well as adding support for Vista's x64 version.