Published Posts

  1. What is online tracking and how do websites track you?

    Today we will talk about how websites track you, which tools they use to do it and what information they can collect without your knowledge. We will tackle the privacy issue of web tracking, explain how you can try to avoid being tracked and shed some light on Koofr views on privacy.

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  2. Custom Syncs from multiple computers to the same folder in Koofr

    Do you know how to create a synchronization from multiple computers to the same folder in Koofr? Say you have a laptop in your home office and one at work and you would like one folder to be synchronized and accessible to both through Koofr. Read on and learn how to set up a multisync folder.

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  3. Koofr hidden tips and tricks

    Today we want to show you five of the less known but very useful Koofr features. Keep reading and find out how to search a specific folder for duplicates, how to find information on space usage inside your Koofr account and more. Read and learn about our hidden tips and tricks.

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  4. How to back up photos while travelling

    Summer is in full swing and we hope you are taking some time off work sooner or later. We are here to give you a few tips on how to use cloud storage while travelling. Continue reading and find out how Koofr can help you back up photos, organize your travel documents and plan for your dream trip.

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  5. History and evolution of memory cards

    A memory card is an electronic data storage device used for storing digital information, typically using flash memory. Read about history and evolution of memory cards, their advantages and disadvantages and the future of flash memory in this blog post.

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  6. Google changes the way Google Drive and Google Photos work together

    Come 10th of July 2019, Google is rolling out some changes in how Google Drive and Google Photos work together, basically separating the two services. See what is going to be different, how to cope with these changes and how they will affect Koofr in our blog post.

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  7. How I went from chaos to Koofr: Organizing data (Part 2)

    Do you want to know how to organize your digital life? How to make it efficient and abandon services you don't really need but end up paying for anyway? Read about how our CMO tackled the issue in the third blog post of the series talking about organizing your digital life. Declutter your data with her help.

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  8. How I went from chaos to Koofr: Organizing data

    Do you want to know how to organize your digital life? How to make it efficient and abandon services you don't really need but end up paying for anyway? Read about how our CMO tackled the issue in the second blog post of the series talking about organizing and decluttering your digital life.

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  9. Koofr with Zotero via WebDAV

    Are you using Zotero with Box and don’t know what to do when Box support for WebDAV eventually runs out? Are you searching for Zotero with Box alternative? Don’t fret, Koofr is here for you. Read about how you can use Koofr with Zotero via WebDAV, how to set up syncing between Zotero and Koofr and more in this blog post.

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  10. How I went from chaos to Koofr: Analysing phase

    Want to know how to organise your digital life? How to make it efficient and abandon services you don't really need but end up paying for anyway? Read about how our CMO organized her digital life in the first blog post of the series talking about this topic.

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  11. How to save Gmail attachments to cloud after IFTTT removed Gmail triggers?

    How Koofr can help you automatically save Gmail attachments to the Koofr free cloud, replacing the IFTTT applet. Free your time and increase your productivity with this easy tip.

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  12. Why should you stop using FTP?

    Do you still swear by FTP? You might want to switch to other means of sharing files. Read more to find out all the reasons why you should stop using FTP.

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  13. Computer viruses, part 2: Types of viruses

    We continue our deep dive into the world of malware with an overview of types of computer viruses.

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  14. Horrible passwords of 2017– a list of examples

    Great minds think alike, right? We beg to differ in this case. Even though these horrible passwords are very common amongst internet users, they are anything but great …

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  15. How to save your save your phone from water damage

    Can your phone be saved after you dropped it in water? Sometimes! Here are some first aid tips that might help to save your device from water damage.

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  16. Why should you stop using USB drive NOW

    How are you moving your files around? Many people still rely on the good old USB stick. If you're among them, keep reading and see why you should put your USB drive in your drawer and keep it there for good!

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  17. Do you believe these myths about cloud storage?

    Let's see what the most common myths are and debunk them!

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  18. Free up space on your phone, part 2: iPhone

    iPhones are notoriously unfriendly when it comes to storage space, and almost any user has experienced the infamous »Storage almost full« notification. What can you do about it?

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  19. Free up space on your phone, part 1: Android phones

    One of the most hated messages to pop up on your phone screen: »Insufficient storage.« Do you know what to do to avoid it or solve it?

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  20. New Koofr feature – an inbox for your files!

    Want to save email attachments from your email in your cloud storage account? Up until now, this was a relatively annoying process. Open the email, save the attachments to your computer, open your cloud storage, upload the files to your cloud storage – it’s a drag! This new Koofr feature eliminates most of these steps. See how!

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  21. Getting your photos online? Don't get in trouble over it!

    Are you using photos you find online for anything else than your desktop background? Careful! You might be breaking the law.

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