Monday, May 9, 2011


I have been using Dropbox for about a year and a half now and I don't know what I would do without it!  It is amazing to have files on my laptop and my home computer always in sync.  I never have to worry about losing a file since I can always go online and find any file I have deleted.  I trusted it enough to hold all my national board portfolios.  You get 2GB free and the more you share it, the more space you can get.  I am up to 5.5 GB!  I don't have any plans to change, but I just found out about Sugarsync.  It looks like a similar program to Dropbox, but a free account gives you 5GB right from the start.  I am not sure if you could use both of the programs together on the same computer or not.  It might not be a bad idea for those who haven't tried either program and want to start backing up their files.


  1. Hi Jimmy - Yes, you certainly can use both SugarSync and Dropbox on the same computer. With SugarSync, you are not limited to one folder (like withDropbox), and we allow you to select as many folders on your computer as you want. So, you could even backup, sync and share the items in your Dropbox folder via SugarSync. Here's a link for your readers to sign up for free:

    If you have any questions, just let me know.

    Robb Henshaw
    Director of Corporate Communications, SugarSync

  2. Thanks Robb! I appreciate the info. Looks like I might try it out soon.