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Meet Sher.ly, the ambitious ‘cloud’ startup that plans to destroy sync

With two cofounders, three developers, and less than $1 million in seed funding, Sher.ly intends to bypass one of the most frustrating, ubiquitous parts of cloud storage: syncing. To accomplish that goal, Sher.ly has abandoned the cloud altogether. It sounds backwards for a cloud startup, but Sher.ly is not just local storage, explained Sher.ly chief Blazej Marciniak. The startup makes software that links devices together, enabling access to all of your files from any connected device without actually moving your data anywhere. Syncing sucks, said Marciniak in a conversation with VentureBeat. 90% of sync data is a waste of traffic and bandwidth, because you move around data you don’t really need – so we came up with a …

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Meet Sher.ly, the ambitious ‘cloud’ startup that plans to destroy sync

New iOS App ‘Shutter’ Gives You Unlimited Cloud Photo Storage Completely Free

embedded content Last year we featured StreamNation: a cloud storage solution built with photographers in mind. Well, a few days ago, StreamNation released a new cloud storage tool to the photography world that builds upon their existing services. Called Shutter, it’s a new iOS app that will woo you away from your stock camera app by offering automated and unlimited storage of your media (plus a bunch of other useful sharing features) for free! Coming in with plenty of knowledge on how to build and maintain a private cloud infrastructure, the stStreamNation team has taken almost every detail into consideration in building Shutter. Initially created with the idea of only allowing up to 5GB of media to be stored within the app, StreamNation recanted the limit …

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New iOS App ‘Shutter’ Gives You Unlimited Cloud Photo Storage Completely Free

Microsoft More Than Doubles OneDrive’s Free Cloud Storage To 15 Gigabytes

Continuing the trend towards free, unlimited cloud storage, Microsoft this morning increased the amount of capacity that it offers free to regular users of its OneDrive service to 15 gigabytes, more than double its previous offering of 7 gigabytes. The company will also now offer a full terabyte of storage to all Office 365 customers. If you want more storage capacity, but don’t want to pony up for Office, you can now pay $1.99 monthly for 100 gigabytes, or $3.99 each month for 200 gigabytes. The latter storage option cost $11.49, previously. What this boils down to is that Microsoft has greatly increased the amount of storage that it is giving away for free, and, if you buy Office as a subscription in any capacity, you get what works out to …

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Microsoft More Than Doubles OneDrive’s Free Cloud Storage To 15 Gigabytes | TechCrunch

Apple Might Finally Solve Photo Storage Hell

Brenden Mulligan is a co-founder and designer at Cluster, a web and mobile app which enables users to create private social networks around interests and experiences. We take a bazillion photos with our phones and digital cameras. The digital images mostly just sit, clogging up our hard drive(s). This has been a problem for as long as digital photography has existed and it’s getting worse. Camera resolutions are getting bigger and with it, the file sizes of our digital photos are growing. Although many companies have taken a crack at this problem, I think Apple’s upcoming iCloud Photo Library could be the perfect solution – if they do it right. Photo storage is still a mess I currently have a 100GB …

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Apple Might Finally Solve Photo Storage Hell

EMC Storage Simulators for your lab

Fancy running your own EMC Isilon, VNX, VNXe or ViPR installation in your own lab environment, to try out, trial and/or educate yourself with? If so, you’ve come to the right post! Here I provide the links to virtual instance simulators that are free to download, install, configure and use – plus there are no time restrictions on any of them! There is plenty of learning and fun to be had with trying out and running these EMC storage simulators in your own lab. I will be releasing a series of posts in the coming weeks (I will publish links from this post once completed) that will cover how to install and configure each of these simulators, though don’t let that stop you from…

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EMC Storage Simulators for your lab

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