Dropbox, the ubiquitous and handy tool for sharing your files and storing them online, has a way you can move its folder location to another place on your Mac or even to an external drive—as long as you’re aware of the potential consequences. We’re going to tell you all about it in this article!
If you haven’t checked lately to see how much space your Google Drive, Google Photos, and Gmail messages are taking up, then you really should. Before, you know, the disaster of not being able to get email occurs, especially since that always seems to happen at the worst possible time! We’ll tell you how to check—and how to upgrade your storage if necessary.
If you start running low on iCloud storage space, you’ll have to decide whether it’s time to pay Apple for more storage to keep your backups and other services running. We’ll offer you some suggestions on figuring out what to do.
Microsoft has flipped the switch on the branding for its cloud storage service. SkyDrive is now OneDrive, with the website updated and new branding on its way to mobile and desktop applications. Not much has changed for existing users, but Microsoft is introducing a few new perks alongside today’s transition.
With Office 2013, Microsoft added the ability to save documents directly to the cloud via built-in links to the company’s SkyDrive and SharePoint platforms. While SkyDrive in particular is a great free service, users of other cloud platforms, such as Dropbox, are left out by default. Dropbox can still be accessed with Office 2013 by manually navigating to the user’s folder via a “Save to Computer” action, but thanks to the Dropbox community, however, there is a workaround that will…
It arguably revolutionized cloud storage and syncing, famously turned down an acquisition offer from Steve Jobs and Apple, and now Dropbox is ready to host its first developer conference. DBX, as the event will be known, takes place Tuesday, July 9th at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center and aims to bring developers together to further advance third-party support for the cloud platform. Mark your calendars! This summer, the Dropbox community will come together on July 9 for a day of…