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file hosting

Storing files online. See cloud storage, media sharing site and file server.
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Dropbox, data-sharing and file hosting business, has filed for an initial public offering of up to $500 million with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a report in Reuters.
The German High Court [Federal Court of Justice, Bundesgerichtshof (BGH)] has issued an opinion which elaborates the obligations of file hosting companies to protect copyrights.
Subscribers to these forums can easily download videos from file hosting websites like Ziddu, Rapidshare, 2shared and 4shared.
18 July 2012 - US file hosting service company Dropbox Inc had acquired tablets advertisement specialist TapEngage for an undisclosed sum, the latter said in a blog post.
With the proliferation of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, organisations have to monitor devices such as smartphones, tablets, USB drives and sophisticated MP3 players due to file hosting capabilities.
These features will help SkyDrive compete against Dropbox, the Web-based file hosting service that doesn't have some of the synching features of the new SkyDrive client.
Wateen Chief Technology Officer Faisal Sattar said: "The Web has changed and grown significantly as social networking, video streaming, and file hosting sites have become popular, requiring more and more bandwidth.
Dropbox - Dropbox is a Web-based file hosting service.
Speaking about the contract, Wateen Chief Technology Officer Faisal Sattar said, "The Web has changed and grown significantly as social networking, video streaming, and file hosting sites have become popular, requiring more and more bandwidth.
The emerging demand for cloud storage (also called cloud repositories, file hosting or digital archives), is beginning to take hold, especially as they help companies to save money and time - not to mention getting involved in all that fiddly locating stuff and uploading / downloading when you need to re-use files.
In more technical terms it is a Web-based file hosting service that uses cloud computing to enable users to store and share files and folders across multiple devices as well as with other people.
of America has long been vigilant in pursuing peer-to-peer file-sharing networks, but a less brazen threat can be found in such perfectly legal file hosting sites as Mediafire and RapidShare, which exist as hosts for the legitimate sharing of files, and can also be havens for unlicensed music downloads.