Otixo as an alternative to Dropbox?

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Otixo as an alternative to Dropbox?

Postby danielson » Sat Oct 29, 2011 1:11 pm

Can http://otixo.com/ be a more secure way of backing up your CN database?
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Re: Otixo as an alternative to Dropbox?

Postby CintaNotes Developer » Tue Nov 01, 2011 5:52 am

Hi Daniel,

well I haven't tried it, but if this service can sync files on disk, it should be CintaNotes-compatible.
If you want an encrypted sync service, you might also want to try SpiderOak.
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Re: Otixo as an alternative to Dropbox?

Postby danielson » Tue Nov 01, 2011 12:56 pm

Alex,

It's unbelievable the number of cloud services these days!
You wonder how they all manage to survive?!

Thanks for your tip. It looks like a nice service.
There aren't too many in between options (none) for those who want to subscribe to full services.
2G for free is still a good starting point.
It does pale though with the 25G offered by Skydrive.
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Re: Otixo as an alternative to Dropbox?

Postby kleinkinstein » Mon Nov 07, 2011 5:00 pm

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kleinkinstein, I edited your post. I'm sorry but it looks like too much as an advertisement. However if you're a genuinely enthusiast user of SugarSync, please accept my apologies and feel free to write again and tell us in a more articulated way what you like about the service. Thanks
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Re: Otixo as an alternative to Dropbox?

Postby IgorArefyev » Fri Nov 27, 2015 8:32 am

Wanted to know if a free version of SharePoint that is at https://www.cloudappsportal.com/will work well as a Dropbox alternative? It is said to allow the user to upload and download files and edit them online; besides there are supposed to be no file size restrictions. Has anyone tried SharePoint?
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Re: Otixo as an alternative to Dropbox?

Postby CintaNotes Developer » Fri Nov 27, 2015 8:38 am

IgorArefyev wrote:Wanted to know if a free version of SharePoint that is at https://www.cloudappsportal.com/will work well as a Dropbox alternative? It is said to allow the user to upload and download files and edit them online; besides there are supposed to be no file size restrictions. Has anyone tried SharePoint?


Can it automatically sync folder contents from disk to the cloud and vice versa? If yes, it can be used with CN, if not, it can't.
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