Now that SugarSync's freebie accounts are going away, you'll need a new home for your cloud-stored stuff. Here's how to make the move.
SugarSync for Android adds sharing to social networks, long-awaited file management functionality, and more.
If you're ready to take the plunge into storing your files, photos, and more in the cloud but need help deciding which service is right for your needs and wallet, we've got you covered.
Dropbox and SugarSync--two top dogs in file syncing--both have Android apps. Let's see how they match up against one another.
A new report looks at the pluses and minuses of different cloud services, including Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, DropBox, and Apple's iCloud.
Useful start-up tools now with IT oversight and controls--and business models to match.
Online file storage service Sugarsync now offers music streaming from the cloud--a feature previously limited to the iPhone--to BlackBerry devices.
Who needs cloud-based file storage like that provided by CX, as well as Dropbox and SugarSync? A lot of people right now, but eventually, nobody.
Amazon's Cloud Drive and Cloud Player don't really do iOS users any favors. But if you want to stream music to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, SugarSync and Dropbox are much better alternatives.
Need a file? Cloud storage services like Box.net, Dropbox, and SugarSync bring your photos and documents to iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry smartphones.