Monday, May 12, 2014: Are you bogged down by the fact that your regular e-mail client doesn’t let you send/recieve large files, files beyound a certain limit? Well, you’re not the only one. Don’t you always wish you had something, an online tool or a website for that matter that could help you send/receive large data with ease. Afterall breaking your data into little chunks when sending can be a daunting task. Here are 8 free websites that you should try!
1.Mozy Online Backup
More than 6 million individuals and 100,000 businesses back up more than 90 petabytes of information to Mozy data centers globally.
Founded in 2007 by veterans of the storage and networking industry, ADrive was created to meet the demands of our data-intensive world.
3.Windows Live SkyDrive
Easily store and share photos, videos, documents, and more â€” anywhere, on any device, free. Plus, get 7 GB when you sign up.
Securely share files that are too big to e-mail for free.
Share Send is the easiest way to share files online. With no registration required, you simply drag and drop your files and these same files are available online.
GigaSize.com allows you to upload large files in just one click.
2Big2Send eliminates the large file headache many people have on a day-to-day basis. Without using 2Big2Send your files clog up your inbox, Exchange Server and makes your recipients wait while you send the email and then download it over slow connections.
With DropSend you can send 4GB files quickly, securely and without any hassle.
Saurabh Singh, EFYTIMES News Network