We’re pleased to announce a new advanced wizard for our Save Emails to Cloud Storage extensions. The new wizard lets you automatically store PDF copies of your emails (plus any attachments) to Dropbox, Google Drive,
We’re excited to announce: cloudHQ is now 100% free to use with free cloud applications. If you use free accounts from any of the following services, you can now use cloudHQ for . . .
Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, Amazon Web Services, iCloud? Which one is best? The answer is: it depends on your needs. There is no “best” service. But there is probably one or two that are . . .
How long does it take to email a file from Dropbox (or any other cloud storage account)? We were curious. We did five tests, then calculated the average time to build and share a link. . . .
We’ve recently released a host of free Chrome productivity extensions for Gmail. They are all free. If you have Gmail or host your company’s email through Google Apps, you can use any of all of . . .
Ever download emails to PDF? If so, we have a brand new Chrome extension we think you’ll love. It’s called Save emails to PDF. It’s free to use for anyone who uses Gmail. With one . . .
If you spend your entire day working out of your inbox, you’re not alone. One survey suggests white-collar workers now average 3.2 hours per day reading, writing, and managing work email. Email is the one . . .
Cloud storage solutions really lack personality, and they usually cost you some dough. Recently, a friend of mine got married and sent me her wedding pictures via Gmail. As much as I wanted to, I . . .
Still a relatively new innovation, cloud storage has attracted a lot of scrutiny in recent months. Before entrusting sensitive data to third party storage facilities, consumers want to know that their information is going to . . .