Category Archives: File Synchronization

Where Are My Files

Easy access to files over the Internet is more accessible than ever thanks to the convenience of cloud computing. However, according to Infosec Island, two of the most crucial issues with using a free cloud drive is not knowing where your files are located and who has access to them. With sensitive documents using cloud storage, may not be the best way to go because this method of file sharing and storage iffy in most situations. How do you take advantage of the increasing suitability of web-based storage while maintaining your privacy and file security? Go with an online file sharing program that offers secure file sharing, as well as secure mobile access.

TappIn – Keep sensitive files on your computer and access them from anywhere.

Using Tappin you can access your digital files from a number of platforms including iPhone, Android, Mac and Windows. Additionally, just with any cloud drive, you can access your files from anywhere you have Internet service. So what sets this file storage provider apart from other cloud storage services, such as Dropbox? You do not have to download, sync or copy your files from one device to the next. Additionally your files do not float around in the cloud unprotected. This more reliable system allows you to have immediate access to everything you have in the file sharing system, while maintaining security and professionalism.

Security Concerns

Another bonus with utilizing Tappin for sharing and storing files is the increased security offered by the program. While you can opt to put your files out in the cloud via your 10GB OnTapp account (TappIn Pro version), which is a transitional cloud, you can rest assured that your files will not stay there forever. This feature allows you to store up to 10 GB of files on the OnTapp cloud. An expiration date is placed on the cloud, and once files expire they return to your permanent repository. Since nothing is left out in the cloud indefinitely, you greatly reduce the risk of having hackers steal your important information.

Additionally, you have secure mobile access when using OnTapp. If your mobile device is stolen or broken, you are less likely to have your personal information stolen. You can rest assured knowing that anything stored on the OnTapp cloud will automatically return to your permanent file storage upon its expiration. You can also clear out your files remotely in case of security breaches using this system thanks to the remote file accessibility.

Online file sharing via a cloud drive is no longer the wave of the future. It is the power web users have now harnessed to encourage independence of technology, improved efficiency, and greater accessibility for file maintenance. Keep up with the cloud by choosing a trustworthy and affordable storage system, such as the Dropbox alternative of Tappin, as your file sharing provider.

What Can Remote File Access Do for You? A Beginner’s Guide

With all the different ways of connecting to the internet and to each other, fast, rapid file sharing between devices is more important than ever before. These days people have more than one computer or mobile device that they use for viewing information, taking pictures and of course, browsing the web.

You might have a big presentation due that you spent all night working on. Or maybe you have a report to hand in to your boss or professor. But you left the laptop you wrote to report on or created the project on and all you have is your work computer or smartphone. Back in the “day”, you were out of luck, but now with so many options for file sharing, the file is only a few mouse clicks or finger taps away. Even better, you can share your document directly with your boss or professor by placing it into a shared account.

Or what if you took some photos of your new baby or a video of your toddler taking his first steps and want to share them with Grandma and Grandpa. With a file sharing service, it’s easy, and simple to provide your loved ones access to every precious moment. tappin-photo-sharing

There are a wide variety of unique options available. One option is to use a cloud storage service like Google Drive, which allows you to create and store documents on their online server. Depending on the settings anyone can access the files, or just a certain person or group of people can access the file. This is a good way to keep files secure, but to allow one person or multiple people to share and edit them across a wide variety of computers.

Another option is to create documents on your home computer, tablet, or smartphone and then upload it to a cloud storage space using a service like OpenDocument, SugarSync or Carbonite. This way you can create documents using whatever software you want.

But cloud sharing has some major disadvantages. Depending on the size of the file, it can take a long time to upload. And if you have multiple files to share, it can take all day. Sometimes you just don’t have that kind of time or just don’t want to use up all your bandwidth uploading them you need another alternative.

If you created the document online using a file sharing service, you don’t have to worry about upload times, but you may have to worry about download times. Additionally, the files you downloaded may not be compatible with the programs you already own. It may be hard to edit files offline, meaning that you need a constant internet connection to access and edit your files.

Tappin is a file sharing app that provides a solution to all of these problems. With Tappin, you can share all the files on any of their devices just by accessing the Tappin app. The files remain safely stored on the device you created them on, and you only share the individual files you need, when you need them.

 

Tappin at CES 2013 – A Recap

After 18 meetings in 54 hours, major product launches, celebrity keynotes, concept products and what was touted as (and certainly felt like) the largest CES show ever – one exciting trend was a stand out from this attendees’ perspective; Gadgets.

Electronic gadgets at every price point for everyone in the family or the office.  Along with that, remote access and file sharing are no longer a luxury (or something only teens know how to do successfully) it has become a must for sharing information for home or business.

One great example is in this video from the Seagate Central exhibit at CES . . .