Atomic Drive

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Atomic Drive provides an easy-to-use interface for securely storing digital resources such as documents, videos, music and images. Atomic Drive also provides tools for accessing those resources from many different computers as well as sharing them with others.

Details

Company: Liquid Atom LLC
Inquiry e-mail address: support@atomic-drive.com
Amazon Web Services Used: Amazon S3
Solution URL: http://www.atomic-drive.com/
Audience: Consumers
Pricing: For a fee
How does this application use Amazon Web Services?: Atomic Drive uses Amazon S3 to facilitate the storage and distribution of digital resources.
Created On: December 7, 2009 1:42 PM GMT
Last Updated: December 9, 2009 12:45 AM GMT
Atomic Drive is an easy-to-use file storage and distribution application targeted to meet the needs of small businesses and individuals. Users can safely store digital resources within Amazon S3 and can access those resources from any computer whether it be at home, work, or from a personal laptop. If you decide to share files with Atomic Drive, you can create a web link to your file to share with friends and colleagues. Files that are otherwise too large to send through email can be easily shared through a web link. These web links can be public or private, and can be set to expire after a given period of time or password protected.

Comments

Work for me!
I've been using AtomicDrive for the last few months and it works great. I work with a lot of digital files and I'm also losing flash drives. It's nice to use something I can access from my PC at work and my Mac at home. I also work with really large files because I work with digital collections. If I need to share something with a client, it has worked beautiful. I give them a link and they're able to download files that I wouldn't be able to send through email. They don't know they're even downloading it from S3. It's better than using SFTP with people for my needs and it hasn't cost very much either. Super cheap.
Marantha Francis on December 11, 2009 7:46 PM GMT
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