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If you use Google Drive to collaborate as often as we do around here, you probably don’t have time to go back and clean up permissions or old files when you’re through with them. WhoHasAccess is a web app that shows you all of the people and permissions you’ve granted so you can tighten up your security.
Android/iOS/Windows: Sometimes, you’d like to share a file without actually letting someone else have access to it permanently. Digify steps up, letting you give others temporary access to files — including those in Dropbox — that automatically expires.
Web/Mac/Gmail: Minbox, the sassy, fast, free, file-sharing service, has taken the wraps off a major update today. It includes new security tools and instant screencasting on the Mac.
Windows/Mac: Jumpshare, the previously mentioned web app for hassle-free file sharing, now has a desktop utility that makes sending documents, images, folders or other files to someone as easy as dragging and dropping. Best of all, it’s free.
Dropbox is easily the internet’s favourite cloud storage provider. There are plenty of clever things you can do with it right out of the box. However, there’s also no shortage of apps and extensions you can get to make using Dropbox itself even easier.
Dear Lifehacker, I keep hearing people talk about BitTorrent Sync, but I’m not sure why I should care about it. Isn’t it just another file-syncing service? Why would I use it instead of something like Dropbox?