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Maximum Files Per Folder

22 Mar 2021 | Under Uncategorized | Posted by | 0 Comments

OpenDrive supports up to 25,000 files per folder. Since OpenDrive also supports file versioning, having multiple versions of a file can count towards this limit. If you have folders containing more than 25,000 files that you would like to upload, then please break them into several sub-folders. Files in a sub-folder to not count towards […]

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Is Unlimited Storage Truly Unlimited?

10 Oct 2019 | Under General | Posted by | 0 Comments

OpenDrive provides personal unlimited plans for home users as well as business unlimited plans for business users. Often the question arises about how much space can be stored in an unlimited plan, since it is obviously not possible to store every single information bit that has been created since the dawn of computers plan that […]

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Video: New OpenDrive Tasks

27 Jun 2016 | Under Website | Posted by | 0 Comments

The New OpenDrive Tasks is a powerful project management tool that helps you manage and collaborate on any project within a single interface. Share tasks with anybody. Accomplish your goals and achieve great things. Try it for free

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Video: New OpenDrive Notes

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New OpenDrive Notes provide a simple but effective interface, creating notepads with single notes and to-do lists. Attach pictures and documents to any note and write comments. Never forget important things. Try it for free

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Using Roku with OpenDrive

10 Sep 2015 | Under General | Posted by | 0 Comments

There are many interesting things you can do with your OpenDrive account, and we have recently discovered one of the most interesting things yet. OpenDrive users share their files in many ways and across many platforms and applications. One of the most clever ways to do this is by creating your own private Roku channel. […]

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The Benefits of Free Cloud Storage

1 Jan 2015 | Under General | Posted by | 0 Comments

As long as cloud storage providers have been offering their solutions, they have been offering free accounts. It is just good business sense. When you have a virtually untapped market all over the world that you are trying to get a piece of, it is important to at least give away something. Since the beginning […]

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Storage Predictions for 2015

26 Dec 2014 | Under General | Posted by | 0 Comments

As we approach the new year, we have done a lot of reflection about the cloud storage services that have been offered in 2014, including the innovations, pricing changes, relationships of the bigger companies with their customers and much more. We have seen a lot of up and coming cloud storage providers come and go […]

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Replacing Your Server with the Cloud

23 Dec 2014 | Under General | Posted by | 0 Comments

You’ve had that old server for many years now and it has no doubt been a dependable means of storing your files. It no doubt cost several thousand dollars to purchase and even more to set up and configure, requiring an IT specialist with the skills necessary to make it work in your own custom […]

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Looking for an Unlimited Bitcasa Alternative?

4 Nov 2014 | Under General | Posted by | 0 Comments

As our technological lives grow daily, our need to store data does too. Need for unlimited everything seems to be the norm. Bitcasa recently caused waves when they announced that they would discontinue their famous UNLIMITED storage plan, citing that low demand helped them make the decision that, “supporting an Infinite plan is not a […]

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Cloud Storage and iOS 8 Compatibility

24 Oct 2014 | Under General | Posted by | 0 Comments

In a world where it seems like new updates are required for our tech devices on a weekly, if not daily, basis, it would be nice to know that the cloud storage we use is ready for whatever. Sometimes, updates make our favorite apps and programs run a bit on the quirky side, but usually […]

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