Saturday, 23 July 2011

Before "iCloud", here comes "Cloud Experience"

As per my earlier post in June 2011, soon after the announcement of the forthcoming launch of iCloud (by Apple), I mentioned that Cloud Computing is nothing new and is nothing more than storing and synchronising files from multiple devices into one secured place for ease of future retrieval. In short, you can upload and retrieve the files anywhere, anytime you want.

Recently, I stumbled upon a site call Cloud Experience ("CX" in short) which provides such Cloud Computing service with much much more.

Following are some of the key features (which some of it are more superior than iCloud):

  • Registration is FREE (for up to 10 GB of storage space, which is double the size of what iCloud is going to provide).
  • You can access and upload/download/sync the files with PC, Mac, all smartphones and many mobile devices like blackberry etc... (i.e. it's not restricted to iphone or ipad in the case of iCloud).
  • Realtime synchronization:
  • Automatically synchronizes new, changed, or deleted files to all connected computers and devices
  • Offline changes are synchronized as soon as you reconnect
  • Maintains a history as you make changes and resolves any conflicts so that you never lose your work
  • Realtime backup (since it's all in the "cloud"!)
  • It allow you to group share your files with your friends, families and business associates. 

I've just registered myself and did a trial to upload some files from my PC and retrieve the files from my iPhone (iPhone App is FREE to download too). It is smooth, fast and seamless. I am amazed that such great services come with freely!
If this is something new to you and you would like to have an early experience with cloud computing service, click on the image below to register for FREE and try it for yourself.

Free Backup at CX.com

Hope you like my sharing.

Of course, I will not forget the usual dose of inspirational quote:


"In the end, there is no end but just another beginning!"


Cheers!

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