Cloud Connect

icloud can help connect to the cloud to store documents, images, and other items from one's home computer. The storage space in the free account is up to 3GB and can be used to store documents, share them, and also collaborate with others. The icloud team promises an exciting, reliable, and productive computing experience. You can check it out at http://www.icloud.com/en.

To use the cloud storage another option could be Google Cloud Connect. It helps to bring MS Office files to Google’s cloud as Google Docs. You can share, backup, and simultaneously edit Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents directly from Microsoft Office 2003, Office 2007, or Office 2010 to Google Docs without any manual upload. The save options are, Automatic – on every save or when others update on Google Docs (shared document) Manual – Only when the Sync button is clicked. You can check out Google Cloud Connect add-in for Microsoft Office for Windows XP with .NET Framework 2.0, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 at http://tools.google.com/ dlpage/cloudconnect


eType prevents you from making spelling mistakes by auto-completing the word as it is being typed.This lets you to focus on expressing your ideas in the best manner possible without having to open additional applications or software. It provides you with high probability word suggestions and also their translations in dozens of languages. Contributions are gathered from global users all over the world and are centralized in one common dictionary. eType works in full integration with almost every program, browser and Web site, including Microsoft Word, Outlook, Gmail, ICQ, Windows Messenger, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to name a few.

eType beta is now available and free to download and use. It runs on PC; Windows XP service pack 2, Vista and 7. It is available for use both online and offline. Internet connection is needed at first download and for dictionaries update. eType can be downloaded at http://newversion.epyte.com/HomeSetup/eTypeSetup.exe. Its FAQ can be browsed at www.etype.com/help/faq/


Want to keep tabs on your finances? Try the Mint program. It automatically pulls all your financial information to help you get the entire picture in one place, either on the web or on your phone. Mint gives you total visibility, you can see what's happening with all your accounts – savings, investments, and others – at any moment of the day. And, the free mobile apps can help track your money on-the-go. Mint is trusted, and considered safe and secure by more than 4 million global users because it uses 128-bit SSL encryption – the same security that banks use – and all data is protected and validated by VeriSign and TRUSTe.

You can set a budget and create a plan to reach your personal financial goals, track your progress online or stay up-to-date with monthly emails. Mint can also help you achieve your goals faster with helpful free advice. Mint is read-only, hence, no money can be moved in or out of any account. Mint, hailed by WallStreet Journal as 'the best free online tools for personal finance', is compatible with all operating systems, and can be downloaded at http://www.mint.com/026d/

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