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file server

A server that hosts files for use by client machines.
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HTML, domain names and file hosting were terms I recognised but knew precious little about.
It is the second time the cloud file hosting service has raised the amount, after 2011 in a round that included Goldman Sachs, Sequoia, Index Ventures and Accel Partners.
Other companies have found it profitable to make use of third-party cloud services for such functions as e-mail, video conferencing, file hosting and sharing, archiving, and order fulfillment.
They are only able to collect data on downloaded copies of TV programs, but this does not include online streaming and viewing sites nor files shared via online file hosting sites, which do not offer any public information on the download quantities.
Subscribers to these forums can easily download videos from file hosting websites like Ziddu, Rapidshare, 2shared and 4shared.
com will be providing file hosting for Android Application Developers at both ServerHub Phoenix and ServerHub Dallas locations, utilizing ServerHub's High Availability Network to ensure ultimate reliability and scalability for the site.
it does a rapid diagnostic test and it transmits the results for processing by the phone, sending them to the Microsoft file hosting service, Skydrive, so they can be shared with the patient's doctor almost immediately.
26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Vobile, creator of the world's most trusted multimedia content monitoring and protection technology, today introduced vCloud9(TM), a new Software-As-A-Service solution that helps cloud-based file hosting services identify and manage unauthorized content that has been uploaded to their sites.
Traditional networks like BitTorrent and Usenet are still relevant for sharing pirated software, but are being dwarfed by the ease with which large applications can be uploaded onto numerous file hosting services and linked to across the Web.
The communities provide resources such as file hosting, sharing, organizing, searching, tutorials, articles, job listings, reviews, forums, list servers, news, events, school listings, digital dictionary, DVD and book listings and reviews, blogs and more.
Researchers were also able to observe how phishing campaigns are branching out to new applications, such as web-based file hosting and webmail applications, to deliver their malware.