Free Online Storage

by on November 2, 2010

This week I am meeting in a secret location (ha! ha!) with a mastermind group that I’ve been in for more than eleven years. Today the topic of Dropbox came up, and we all agreed on what a great, free tool it is.

Dropbox is a simple-to-use file synchronization utility that uses “cloud” storage to sync files across multiple computers, whether they are Mac, Linux or Windows based. In fact, not only can you access your private or shared files from any computer where you’ve installed the Dropbox utility, you can also access them via a browser from any computer at all.

Some handy uses of Dropbox include password synchronization with password tools such as Roboform, 1Password or KeePass. Or as storage for portable apps, instead of putting them on a thumb drive.

Click here to open your free account

Let me know if you find this tool helpful.

HFM Solutions March 7, 2011 at 3:55 am

I liked your tutotial very much… Thanks for sharing it with us..

Dr.Samia November 11, 2010 at 1:31 am

Yes!!Absoultely fantastic utility that holds huge amounts of data .

Dave November 3, 2010 at 9:15 am

Absoultely fantastic utility that holds huge amounts of data – we use it as a school resource to share photo albums with parents at full spec (no-one else can get the link unless its sent to them). Combine Dropbox with a free account at and you have remote access to computers with the ability to send and receive files.

Patricia November 3, 2010 at 5:38 am

I love Dropbox. The free account stores an amazing amount of stuff.

barbara November 3, 2010 at 5:44 am

Yes! Their free 2GB accounts are already huge. And when your friends and family signup for their own free account through your referral link, Dropbox rewards you with additional free storage space (250MB per referral up to a total of 8GB).

You can find your referral link by logging into your Dropbox account (in a browser) and look for the “Get Extra Space Free” link at the bottom of the left-hand column menu.

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