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Photo Streams on iOS are kind of a confusing and horrible way to manage photos. However, blogger Ben Walker points out that you can use shared photo streams as a massive storage system without using your iCloud storage space if you use the shared photo stream option.
Using multiple cloud storage services means you’re less likely to run out of potential backup space. Until November 23, Encrypted storage provider Tresorit is offering up to 25GB of storage for nothing.
Android/Mac/Windows: Tresorit is one of our favourite privacy-protecting cloud storage services. It encrypts your data, protects your privacy, and it has even challenged hackers to break its security. Now, the service has unveiled new apps for Mac and Android, and it has updated its Windows app as well.
Chrome/Firefox: Dropbox is a crowd favourite in the file-syncing tool category thanks to no shortage of uses. The site kind of sucks to navigate though. Fortunately, you can make it a little less terrible with Dropbox Plus.
Security is important in any computing environment but when you start saving data to an external service you get the added dimension of having to secure user accounts and account settings in differnet ways. Amazon has added an instructional video describing how to set up one of their recommended, best practice security measures – multiple AWS Identity and Access Management users.
Android: SwiftKey unveiled SwiftKey Cloud today, a service that automatically backs up your personal dictionary, predictions and other customisations. This means that you don’t need to train SwiftKey from scratch in the case that you lose your device or get a new phone.
HP’s Technology at Work day-long event is filled with interesting insights, and it’s definitely worth heading along to the Sydney event next week if you have the chance (quite aside from the potential to win an HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 if you head along). Of the various ideas presented in the opening keynote at Melbourne, the one that has kept me musing all day is HP’s Moonshot web server line.