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Old 09-14-2012, 08:29 AM   #11
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Currently about 3 GIGs of stuff, I could never go back to paper. I keep it updated on a portable 160 Gig drive, thumb drive, iPad, iPhone, and back up regularly to my home computer.
I love DROPBOX (http://db.tt/Dqafwgju) - free storage that syncs between your smart phone, iPad and all your computers. And...you get 2 or 3 Gb free.
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I love DROPBOX (http://db.tt/Dqafwgju) - free storage that syncs between your smart phone, iPad and all your computers. And...you get 2 or 3 Gb free.
I've been thinking of something like this. Quick question (because I'm too lazy to research it myself) - will the files be accessible if you're in an area with poor cell or wireless?
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Old 09-14-2012, 09:21 AM   #14
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Yes...absolutely, because it actually syncs or mirrors the Dropbox folder anywhere you set it up. There is an app for Android and iPhone (probably blackberry too), plus you can sync it to your laptop, home computer, etc. - and the files always reside on the Dropbox server for even more redundancy.

For free - it's a great tool, and if you need more space - then you can upgrade to the paid version.
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Thanks. I knew you'd know

Sounds like its well worth looking into.
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I've been using Google's Drive, with the latest iOS app update adding edit function to your docs it blows away drop box.
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