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Can I have a personal Cloud?


jimforrest

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I work extensively from home, but some of the files that I generate can be pretty large - pdf's of 30mb are not uncommon. In the past I have split the files into 8mb chunks for emailing, or sent them via CD's. Now I've heard about this Cloud thingy. Can I get one where I can dump large files on so that my office/clients can download them? If not a Cloud - then some other way of doing it?

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northumbria61

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File size limitations see here - the file sizes are in Gigabytes so shouldn't be any problem for you. enter link description here

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Woolwell

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The problem may well be your upload speed. It could take time uploading 30Mb.

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northumbria61

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There is one example here of the benefits although I don't have any personal knowledge of it - enter link description here no doubt there are other options if you Google for them.

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jimforrest

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Great stuff chaps - I signed up for Sugarsync and it looks good. Now all I need to do is learn how to use it!

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