|May 31, 2013, 10:29 AM||#1|
Use box, dropbox, etc as a remote server?
I have a macbook pro with a solid state drive that is limited. I was curious if I could use box, dropbox, crashplan or some other service to create a folder that in effect acts as a remote disk. I want to be able to drag and drop files but I do not want their footprint to be local at all and instead reside on the server. (Of course if I ever want to view the file I know that I will have to download it locally.) Is there anyway to have this functionality without setting up a remote server that I log into? I'd be fine if it would keep a folder local until it had to upload it, I just want something that is pretty seamless.
|May 31, 2013, 11:42 AM||#3|
I just heard of a transporter recently because of their merge with drobo. It looks pretty cool.
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