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View Resource DropSend

For readers who reach the data limits of what they are able to send by email or other file sharing services, DropSend is one free, effective, and easy-to-use service that can resolve the problem. DropSend comes with much wider bandwidth for sharing files in its free service (and unlimited bandwidth for its "pro" upgrade), meaning that a user could share large video, image, audio, or other files...

View Resource Jumpshare

Jumpshare is a free file-sharing tool that allows users to instantly and securely share material with others, enabling easy collaboration on projects. Jumpshare may be downloaded as a web app on Apple or Windows computers, or as a mobile app on iOS or Android devices. Once downloaded, users can share an extensive assortment of documents, ebooks, images, videos, and other file types (interested...

View Resource Nimbus Screenshot

Taking a screenshot is an easy way to share what you see on your computer screen or mobile device with friends, family, colleagues, or IT support. But sometimes simply sharing what you see isn't enough; it would be nice to add notes and comments. Nimbus Screenshot is a free Google Chrome or Firefox browser extension that allows users to easily take screenshots and add annotations before sharing....

View Resource Point

For the reader who loves to share articles, websites, and information with others, Point may be worth a look. This link-sharing tool allows users to quickly and easily share articles and websites with friends, all without leaving the page or application they are browsing. Point (currently available as both an iPhone application and as a Google Chrome browser extension) may also be used to have...

View Resource Firefox Send

It can be frustratingly difficult to send large files over the internet using email or instant messaging. Many email providers impose attachment size limitations. In part, they do this because the email system was not designed to move large quantities of data and often does not perform well when forced to do so. Many instant messaging systems were designed with large file transfers in mind, but...