NOTE: Since this post was originally created, Dropbox experienced a serious security issue for a small amount (less than 1%) of users. The issue has been addressed and corrected.
Full details can be found here.
With one of the questions on our yearly Customer Satisfaction Survey we asked our customers for suggestions for blog topics that they’d like to read about. Several customers indicated they’d like to know more about “The Cloud” and specifically applications such as Dropbox. You asked for it and here it is!
(While this may sound like a commercial for Dropbox, I assure you that Acroment is not getting compensated in any way for this post. In addition, I only review products that I’ve used.)
Dropbox is an application that allows you to access your files from multiple computers, devices (such as your smart phone) and websites. You no longer have to email files to yourself, carry a jump drive or portable hard drive or have multiple copies of a file. Sounds pretty good right? Wait… it gets better. It’s completely FREE. Read the rest of this entry