June 27, 2012 by YouSendIt
Data has exploded in the enterprise sector in recent years. While information has always been important to operations of a company, data is now being produced at an unprecedented rate by all corners of an organization.
June 21, 2012 by YouSendIt
Research conducted by analysts from the 451 Group recently highlighted the changing perception surrounding cloud computing and its many services, including online file storage.
File transfer protocol (FTP) is among the oldest, most well-known and popular methods for the sending and receiving files over the Internet. A standard network protocol, FTP is used to transfer information between host servers.
May 21, 2012 by YouSendIt
There’s no more talk about cloud computing and its many services as being “on the horizon.” Cloud storage has more than arrived in full force as professionals around the globe are now considering how they can benefit from hosted services.
Rumors that Google was working on a new cloud-based storage and file transfer program have been brewing for some time, and the search giant finally made good on its plans last week with the introduction of Google Drive.
A single photoshoot can produce hundreds, even thousands, of photographs in a single session. Dealing with all those files and sharing them with other stakeholders can be a pain for a photographer, who instead should be worrying about the quality of the work.
April 24, 2012 by YouSendIt
Information is the cornerstone of many industries, not the least of which is engineering. Professionals in the field are constantly tasked with lugging around all sorts of files and records, including blueprints, client contracts and building permits, among many others.
Traditionally slow to adopt new technologies because of compliance and security concerns, many healthcare providers are now finding it difficult to stem the flow of mobile devices into their organizations.
Many organizations that deal with highly confidential have shied away from cloud-based services because of a perceived lack of security.