Online data storage for backups and collaboration

runs as Online Service
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Collaboration is a good thing. They say two heads are better than one, and presumably it goes up geometrically from there. Getting all those heads together in one place isn't something that's likely to happen, with our current business model of creating virtual teams of people around the block and around the world. That can create some real challenges when it comes to sharing and exchanging information. If you're not sitting across the conference table from me, it's not going to be too easy for me to just slide the status report on the Johnson Project across the desktop to you. We'll have to figure out a way to do some virtual sharing among our virtual team.

Humyo is an online service that helps facilitate the exchange of information. At its base, it's an online data storage system. What you do with it from there is up to you. Use it to store backups of your system; upload documents that others can then download; share photos and more.

You can open a Humyo account for free. It comes with 10GB of storage, split evenly between media- and non-media files. It uses a web interface and doesn't include any support. And of course they'd love for you to upgrade to a paid account with all the bells and whistles, but there's not requirement that you do so.

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