We’ve had quite few questions from users about sharing Anomalous Medical files between computers.
For example: if you wanted to access Anomalous Medical files you created on the laptop at home from the desktop at work you couldn’t do it, because you saved the files locally on the laptop’s hard drive.
You could save files on a thumb drive, but that’s just one more thing to remember to pack before driving to work in the morning.
But if you save your files in the cloud, you can easily retrieve them from home, work, or wherever you are at anytime.
Cloud storage services have come a long way over the past few years and there are a lot of free options available.
We recommend using Dropbox, SkyDrive or Google Drive. All three offer free space and have a desktop application that syncs your files to the cloud. We don’t recommend using Apple’s iCloud because it doesn’t have a very good file-syncing system or the ability to upload all file types.
Here are the details:
Dropbox is probably the easiest to use of all the cloud providers, but the least generous when it comes to space. When you sign up for an account you will get 2 GB free. You can get more free storage - up to 16 GB - when you refer friends.
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New users who sign up for SkyDrive get 7 GB free.
GoogleDrive is the most generous of the free cloud storage services. Google gives its user 15 GB of free storage.
Security is a big concern when it comes to storing files on the cloud. Dropbox, Google Drive and Skydrive all offer two-step verification, a login authentication feature that will add another layer of security to your account.
Either one of these services is an adequate solution for sharing files among multiple computers. Choose the one that makes the most sense to you.
When you have everything set up on you PC and mac follow the short tutorials below to learn how to move and save your Anomalous Medical files onto the cloud.