Startup Sharpcast has entered the remote storage battlefield with a new service that backs up data over the internet, and then syncs it across PCs, Macs, and mobiles. SugarSync is an appealing chimera, with pieces of automated backup, folder synching, remote access, cross-platform sharing and mobile phone backup fused into a …
Note "PCs" in the title means computers running Windows, not Linux.
Online backup services are nice.. or they would be, if I didn't have a 30KBs cap on my upload over the net. Quick calculation puts that at roughly 18 hours for my 2gb documents.. while slowing the rest of my connection to a crawl. I hate my ISP.
I would love to hear how you worked this out.
Paris cause even she knows a PC can run Linux
I hate to just critisice, but I thought the article read a bit like an infomercial... Espcialy the bits that said "Personally, I've never had much luck getting Windows Vista and OS X Leopard to recognize each other over a home network — so there's some appeal there." and the suprise revelation at the end you can get 50% off....
Re: Re: "PCs"
By looking at the web site?
Tux, because linux runs on PCs too.
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