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Can you recommend an alternative to DropBox?

Discussion in 'General Business' started by ship69, Jul 27, 2015.

  1. legionhoster

    legionhoster Greenhorn

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    You can use zippyshare.com for that purpose and they allow you 200 MB per file and there is no registartion required.
    SEMrush
     
    legionhoster, Aug 24, 2015 IP
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    Have you tried Mega? It's free for 50GB of space and completely private. It might be what you're looking for. Here's a link: https://mega.nz/
     
    mriveran7, Aug 25, 2015 IP
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    Slincon Well-Known Member

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    Google drive gives 15gb, but there are others depending on your specs. I've tried out a bunch, give me a PM with requirements and I'll let you know of any free ones that might match.
     
    Slincon, Aug 25, 2015 IP
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    Sukhman Sekhon Peon

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    you can also use filecad.com They allow you 100GB space for free users and upto 1 TB for premium users....
     
    Sukhman Sekhon, Aug 30, 2015 IP
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    #25
    Google Drive is definitely a good alternative to Dropbox.
    If you trust Google, then go for Google Drive.
     
    jonrod, Aug 31, 2015 IP
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    AdvancedSolutions Greenhorn

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    You may use Box. Or you can set-up a server and access through Team Viewer or Remote Desktop.
     
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    AdvancedSolutions, Sep 2, 2015 IP
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    #27
    try copy.com i think its pretty awesome
     
    Daniel Ramirez, Sep 9, 2015 IP
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    I would say for a low cost option, you can go with Google Drive which is nice if you have android phones, and they have Google docs which will allow you to edit documents you have saved in drive if you do not have Microsoft word or a similar program available. There is also One Drive Which comes with 1tb of space with the purchase of Microsoft 365. And then there is OwnCloud you can get a server and install owncloud on it, there are applications for own cloud on your wireless device and it is your private storage.
     
    ALN2015, Sep 10, 2015 IP
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    COPY.COM!!! Trust me! I use it for my Martial Arts business.
    20gigs free, it syncs up perfectly... I love it!!! We have never had a problem with it, ever. :)
     
    jryan89, Sep 11, 2015 IP
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    I use OneDrive which i get 1tb of,storage due to linking it to my office 365 subscription $11 a month.
     
    geoffrey foggon, Sep 26, 2015 IP
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    Mediafire is perfect for my needs and is free....you can take multiple files and share them all in one link which is great for what I need!
     
    daftdog, Oct 5, 2015 IP
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    #32
    There is always other ways to get space from the internet
    If you suggest Dropbox alternative then I will tell you just type in google uploading sites there you can find several uploading sites where you can upload your documents and even you can get space from specific location
     
    somnathji, Oct 7, 2015 IP
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    #33
    I personally use Google Drive or OneDrive for such things. And No, They aren't interested in everyone's stuff, nobody has time to check all your files & folders that you uploaded to them. They use flags to stay secure from threats etc for security reasons.

    And you can use MediaFire, Slower that dropbox, but does the work.
    You should refer people to your Dropbox & increase your storage capacity instead. (If that's still there now)
     
    yudi18, Oct 9, 2015 IP
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    Shoplet Greenhorn

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    What are you currently using Dropbox for? To work on collaborating projects or assignments, we enjoy working on Google Drive. It is helpful and you are able to share your files and documents easily.
     
    Shoplet, Oct 29, 2015 IP