Netdrive Offers Storage in Cyberspace

Web users now have access to 100MB of free personal storage on an Internet Hard Drive from netdrive.com. The service functions the same way as a PC’s hard drive. It allows users to access their files either from their netdrive file system interface or through a standard Web browser, offering a seamless and secure way to reach files from any desktop.

As well as being a secure place to store important files, the service offers a photo album feature, providing an easy way for users to create photo albums and their own Web pages that can be shared with classmates and family. With 100MB of storage space, up to 6,000 photographs can be posted online.

As part of its service offering, netdrive provides tools for organizing content. Users can customize their folders and add additional folders and subfolders, and can decide which files they want to be public and which files they want to keep private. Getting a personal netdrive is free and d'es not require purchasing any new hardware or software. Setup takes only minutes. Netdrive.com, Los Gatos, CA, (408) 358-1377, www.netdrive.com.

This article originally appeared in the 03/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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