If you virtually live online and like Chrome OS, here are some cloud centric Linux distributions for you.
Best cloud services to be used on desktop Linux.
MEGA is a cloud storage service launched by the founder of controversial file sharing website Megaupload, Kim Dotcom. MEGA claims to provide end to end encryption and thus keeping your data private. The encryption key is held by the user instead of the cloud service provider, claims MEGA. Features of MEGA cloud service Following are some […]
This article shows you how to install Copy cloud service client in Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 and other Linux distributions based on these. That means, it should work for Linux Mint 17, elementary OS Freya etc. After the shut down of Ubuntu One, Dropbox (referral link) is the only major personal (and professional) cloud […]
SyncDrive is now defunct and out of business. This tutorial is no longer valid. When it comes to cloud storage, the two services that tops the usage in Linux desktop world is Dropbox and Ubuntu One. But since Google announced a combined cloud storage of 15 GB, Google Drive too has become an attractive cloud […]
With the world going gaga over Cloud storage, a number of operating systems are also providing their own cloud storage along with dedicated cloud players like Dropbox. Ubuntu has it’s own Ubuntu One (Ubuntu One is now closed down), Apple has iCloud and Microsoft has OneDrive. Problem comes with inter-portability. While Ubuntu One is available on […]
The latest version of Nuvola now includes Amazon Cloud player among several other features. Find out what does Nuvola has to offer.
Ubuntu One launches its referral program. Now users can get up to 20 GB of extra free cloud storage on Ubuntu One.