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Free remote storage

 
#1 Free remote storage
01/02/2008 10:42

anon

Hi all,

Since I travel a lot, I am hoping to find a free 'remote storage' facility that will enable me to synchronise the contents of the "My Documents" folder on my home PC with some space on a server somewhere on the Internet. I'm hoping that, in addition to providing me with an off-site backup, it will mean that I can access my personal files from wherever I happen to be working, without the hassle of leaving my PC switched on (OK until it crashes!!) or carrying around a USB stick.

Any ideas? I've seen a few services, but they seem to be capped at 2Gb or so, which simply isn't enough in this day and age of digital photos etc.

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#2 RE: Free remote storage
01/02/2008 11:06

oooh to anon (#1)

Try a .mac account. Not free but gives you 10 GB online storage for an annual membership fee of 60 quid

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#3 RE: Free remote storage
01/02/2008 11:20

anon to oooh (#2)

Mmm.... not bad though I was really hoping fomr something that is 100% free and gives as much storage as possible... for £60 I would expect more than 10Gb

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#4 RE: Free remote storage
05/02/2008 15:03

shegzy to anon (#3)

Try mediamax.com 25GB for free...

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#5 RE: Free remote storage
08/02/2008 08:44

Tsp to anon (#1)

Carrying around a memory stick, MP3 player or PMP isn't that much hassle and is the most reliable option (how often is the "free" broadband not free, not broadband, or not available in your particular part of the building?)

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