Tag Archives: online storage

The Ugly Backside of Online Backup

By | January 9, 2008

I was just showing off my new Gmail/Remember the Milk marriage, which is truly a cool tool and worth checking out, to my slightly less new wife. Her response was: but it’s online. How can I use it if I’m offline? I slapped her about verbally, of course, because you can’t be doing with that kind of defeatist… Read More »

Storage Online: The Options

By | November 6, 2005

A reader reminded me I promised a column on how to back up files well. I’m still working on that, but here’s a good article from Marilyn Sweet, writing in the Denver Business Journal’s Bizwomen section. Her recommendations for online storage: The company I use and depend upon is Go Daddy at www.godaddy.com. Go Daddy will rent you one… Read More »

Storage, The Next Frontier

By | August 6, 2005

I’m more and more convinced that storage and software to order it are the crucial bottlenecks and opportunities in this next stage of the Net. Not earthshattering, I know, but people are acquiring photos and music files at a faster rate than the drop in storage prices, which means somehow, some way, they’re going to have to back… Read More »

The Online Storage Revolution?

By | June 2, 2004

An interesting byproduct of the Gmail all-you-can-eat online email is the fact that online storage, a service sold by the likes of Xdrive, is likely to get a lot bigger, at least in terms of how much you can store there. If you can store 1GB of your stuff on Gmail for free (and, according to some rumours,… Read More »