In-the-press: Monteray County Herald
Fileshare HQ featured in the wild again today, here at the latest Tech and IT article at the Monteray County Herald
Q: My Digital files (photos and documents) are becoming too large to e-mail. Is there a better way to deliver them?
A: You have the option of Zipping or compressing the file size smaller, but this requires that the recipient have the software to unzip or decompress it. Plus, even after compressing, your file may still be too large. For example, images tend not to compress very well.
The latest method of sending files is to use a file sharing service such as YourSendIt or FileShareHQ. These applications are utilities that allow you to upload your files securely with just a few clicks. Identify the person you’d like to send those files to, and they receive an e-mail with a link to download. It’s simple, convenient and effortless.
Now there’s almost no limit to the things you can send to your family, friends and clients. Free accounts are available, offering up to 1 gigabyte of storage, which is plenty as long as you clean up your files once you’re done.
Learn more at www.filesharehq.com