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Free Places To Back Up Your Work Online

Running out of space for your writing, photographs, notes and research? Want to back up all your work someplace safe?

Social Times has rounded up the Top 8 Free File Sharing Sites, enough storage to save every bit of digital work you have ever created. Here are some newer offering from the long list:

Mega: Internet outlaw Kim Dotcom released this service one year after the U.S. government shut down its predecessor, MegaUpload, for facilitating copyright infringement. The new tool promises “state of the art, browser-based encryption technology” and a whopping 50 GB of free cloud storage.

SkyDrive: offers 7 GB of free cloud storage for photos, documents, and other files and works on any device. Windows 8 users can log in with their Microsoft accounts to view photos and files, edit and share Office documents, and share the files with friends.

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