Ever get an email from someone you didn’t know or needed to prep for a big meeting? Did you Google the name to try and learn more? In this article, we’ll show you a way
For various reasons, many of us have multiple Google accounts, so this blog post will cover 4 methods you can use to keep track of your multiple accounts. Three of the methods are clumsy and frustrating. The . . .
When Google launched Gmail, it exploded onto the market, offering a fast, intuitive interface and a radical (at the time) 1 GB of storage space. Hotmail, by comparison, offered just 2 MB of storage. . . .
There are many online comparisons between Google Drive and Dropbox. The problem is that many of those articles are biased, and are light on substance. Most articles discuss either the costs of storage or the . . .
Evernote never stops trying to make everyone’s life easier. With over 100 million users, Evernote wants to be the home of things you need to remember. That’s great for Evernote users, but what about Microsoft . . .
Microsoft has made a concerted effort, especially in the last couple of years, to make some real gains in the cloud. In the consumer and small business market, they are gaining traction against Google, their . . .
Amazon Simple Storage Service, known as Amazon S3, is part of the cloud giant’s AWS division. Amazon S3 is a great way to store data and files cheap, given that there’s no setup costs or . . .
Microsoft Surface is a “dream for writers with tablets.” but what about Dropbox support… Earlier this month, Microsoft released the MS Surface Pro tablet integrated with Windows 8. The tablet has received much acclaim and . . .
Evernote is a popular cloud service and it’s my personal favorite note-taking and idea collecting service. But it’s really so much more than that. It also allows snapshots that can be integrated into notes and features . . .
With the rising popularity of “bring your own devices” (BYOD), the corporate world is in the middle of a rollercoaster ride. Many companies are headed up- embracing the idea of employees using their own devices to . . .
As you’ve probably noticed, Dropbox now automatically uploads all your photos from your iPhone to your Dropbox folder under ‘Camera Uploads’: Now, with cloudHQ, you can automatically upload all your photos to Google Drive so . . .