Thursday, March 11, 2010

How to save and share ridiculously large files | Web Crawler - CNET News

This just in from the paradox-of-abundance department (via Amy Blumenfield); check the full post for a lengthy list of alternatives, but also be sure to check the company background before you start relying on a free or low-cost file-sharing service provider

A few years ago it was a big deal to find a place that would let you share 1 gigabyte of files.

Things change, though. Bandwidth keeps growing, and the cost of Web storage keeps shrinking. That's good news for people looking to share increasingly large files, be it an HD video recording or an archive of several files that tops out at over a gig.

There are now a handful of free and paid services that make it easy to host these gigantic files and send them to a friend, family member, or business associate.

How to save and share ridiculously large files | Web Crawler - CNET News

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