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Webworm GenTech

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Many company has their dedicated server for daily operation, file storage, database, email, etc. With server, every staff in the company would be given individual company email address. Normally management would limit file transfer via email to certain size e.g 10M. Anything more than that the server would park it temporary in the server and only sent it out during non-office. This effort is to limit band width usage during operation and avoid server crashes. There are also limitation of maximum file per email e.g 20M. One fine day you would like to sent a big file or a group of files having total size of 95M to your client urgently, what would you do ?

NO worry. PalShare, a file hosting website providing FREE file hosting service to public. It has some features :
  • Simple operation
  • Maximum 100 Megabyte
  • Automatically compressed file for optimization
Fill in simple form with email address and upload the file(s). That's it. PalShare will notify your client.

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posted by Webworm INTech, 1:59 PM


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