Wappwolf makes it possible to connect Picasa, Facebook, Flickr and more online software services in the cloud with Dropbox. Simply drag and drop files into a predefined folder and Dropbox automatically convert and synchronize to your favorite cloud services. The full list of cloud services that synchronizes Wappwolf is long, a few of them are Google Drive, Cloud Google Print, Amazon Kindle, Slideshare, Twitter, Facebook , Picasa, Down Cale and SugarSync.
Many services are available to send large files through the internet, such as WeTransfer and Binfer. Some are using a server and others are using P2P (peer 2 Peer). If it goes through a server, the file will be stored somewhere and from there the recipient can download it any time. For those who prefer to keep a full control without any server in between can go to DuShare.com. In a few mouse-clicks you can send files, such as a video, mp3 or other big files through a safe one-to-one connection to someone else.
Nowadays there are many antivirus software on the market that provides good protection against malicious software such as Viruses, Trojans, Adware, Spyware, Bots and other threats. Anvi Smart Defender is a free program with a Smart Engine, it scans and detects these threats quickly and lightly. It includes system optimization feature to speed up your computer and provides cloud-scanning feature for better protection.
WeTransfer allows to send large files on an easy way with a size limit of 2 GB and you can send up to 20 recipients at once. No need to register and no need to remember your credentials. When you want to send large files it happen many times there is a mailbox limit of the recipient. Most of the time there is a maximum of 25 MB, and some internet providers allows only a few MBs. Sending .exe files fails too for the fear of viruses. Especially for those kind of files is the WeTransfer service very useful.
Finally Google comes with the in the cloud service Drive. With Google Drive you get a 5 Gb free online storage which you can use together with Google Docs. For $2.50 per month you can expand up to 25 GB. Google Drive is actually Google Docs and has the possibility to work together online on documents and store them online. The same as Microsoft Skydrive you can synchronize you computer with other devices. Microsoft recently renewed Skydrive but Google had no alternative.
Skydrive is an in the cloud service with a storage space of 25 GB, but Microsoft has announced that Skydrive will reduce storage space back to 7 GB. Still it is possible to increase your account up to 25 GB.
Dropbox is a free program that allows to share photos, videos and documents between different computers. The Dropbox folder contains your files which will be synchronized between multiple computers, and the files you customized in the office are also visible on the computer at home.
The most effective and common way to store your work is using your own computer, but those files and programs are only available on the computer you stored them.