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Wuala by LaCie service, comes to an end! Goodbye Wuala!

Saturday, November 14th, 2015

Wuala by LaCie comes to end today (15th November 2015). You’ve maybe never heard of it, but it was one of the first pioneers of Secure Cloud Storage, that not only offered traditional Sync, similar to Dropbox, but Backup, Sync, Change Control, Version Control - with a Standalone Java Application, that operated across all platforms, to Browser Client, and support for all mobile devices. A brilliant cloud storage platform, which originally allowed you to trade up storage, by offering storage on your computers to share with the cloud, this was withdrawn, a few years after I started using it!

I came across Wuala, when I purchase a USB flash drive from LaCie, in 2010, and I’ve been using it every day, with family and friends.

It had a simple interface, and I really enjoyed using it! and I’ve not found a replacement with similar functionality, and I’ve checkout out, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, DropBox, Box and finally Tresorit

I can only assume, that since Seagate purchased LaCie in 2012, it’s not in Seagate business model, to own and run a Secure Cloud Storage company, or Seagate/LaCie could not compete with the various Cloud Storage platforms available online today, and it was running at a loss!

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FREE 50GB of Cloud Storage for Lifetime @BoxHQ - 50GB of free cloud storage in a few clicks…

Monday, January 20th, 2014

Yes, that’s correct. you read it correctly, to celebrate Box’s release of the new iOS (iPhone and iPad) app, there are giving away 50GB of cloud storage, if you sign up with a new account by February 15th 2014. This Box account can then be accessed from your iOS device, Android device, Windows PC or Mac. You must sign-up to a new account via an iOS Device! to get your FREE 50GB! 50GB of free storage in a few clicks…

50GB for Lifetime on BOX

50GB for Lifetime on BOX

Follow these quick steps, to get FREE 50GB!

  1. Go to the AppStore on your iPad or iPhone (must have iOS 6.0 of later!).
  2. Download and Install the BOX application.
  3. Start the BOX application, and Click Sign Up
  4. Enter an email address and password, and Click Sign Up (you must use a new email address, which is not registered with BOX!)
  5. BOX will Create the Account, and send an email to the email address you entered.
  6. Click the Link in the email from Box to Activate the Account.
  7. Log In on the iPad or iPhone
  8. Once you have logged in successfully, you will receive an email stating You now have 50GB of Storage!

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