Join Us for World Backup Day

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We have a tendency to think of our technology as infallible, when in fact, it’s not a matter of if it will fail, but when it will fail. Hard drive crashes, human error, viruses, software corruption, natural disaster, loss, and theft are just a few of the reasons your data could be damaged, destroyed, or gone forever. Disaster recovery… Read more »

How To Share Files Online in 3 Steps

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Want a quick, reliable way to deliver content without the hassle of email file size restrictions, or relying on FTP? Look no further. Cloud-based file sharing, better known as online file sharing, gives you the ability to send files of any size or format using a simple link. Recipients can access the contents of a… Read more »

Tip of the Week: Enabling an Inbound Fax Number

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New Dropbox Page with Circle

Even though you can do most of your document and information exchange digitally, you’ve probably run into a few situations where you need to send a fax. That can mean big frustration if you don’t have a fax machine at your disposal. Faxing through the cloud may just be of the coolest and most convenient… Read more »

Tip of the Week: Make Searches Faster with Indexing

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New Dropbox Page with Circle

Your FilesAnywhere account holds lots of data, and you may have hundreds or even thousands of different files safely stored. Like file folders stuffed to the brim with paper— even if it’s well organized— you can spend quite some time searching for what you want. We’ve been there, and understand that our customers rely on… Read more »

Tip of the Week: Uploading Files Larger Than 2 GB

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Into Every Life Big Files Must Fall Massive. Gargantuan. Colossal. Immense. Have you used these words to describe a file lately? Sending large files to friends and colleagues can be the bane of your digital existence. And it’s not just your graphic designer that’s conspiring against you. Your browser has a two gigabyte limit on… Read more »

Tip of the Week: Inbound Email Attachments

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Are you a FilesAnywhere WebAdvanced customer? We have a great feature just for you: Inbound email attachments. With just a few clicks, you can authorize your inbound email address, assign permissions, and create an approved list of senders. Once enabled, emails with attachments sent to your FilesAnywhere email address will drop right into an Inbound… Read more »

Tip of the Week: Billing Updates

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Have you recently received a new credit or debit card? Have you recently moved and have a new zip code? Don’t forget to update the billing information in your FilesAnywhere account! Make sure you’re using the new Beta Interface for the instructions below. If you need the new Beta Interface, you can find instructions on… Read more »

Tip of the Week: Data Restore

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We’ve all been there. You realize you need a deleted document, or a folder full of cherished photos is accidentally trashed, and the panic begins to rise. Take a deep breath, it’s going to be okay. Your FilesAnywhere account comes standard with peace of mind. We call it Data Restore, you’ll call it a lifesaver. How… Read more »