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File-sharing service Zecter has opened up in private beta, for which the Silicon Valley-based startup that has taken funding from Y Combinator and Tandem Ventures has provided GigaOM with 150 invites that can be accessed here. The service has numerous features aimed at simplifying the sharing […]

File-sharing service Zecter has opened up in private beta, for which the Silicon Valley-based startup that has taken funding from Y Combinator and Tandem Ventures has provided GigaOM with 150 invites that can be accessed here.

The service has numerous features aimed at simplifying the sharing process, including the ability to sync files, track file access and retract shared documents, as well as to open a file directly from the browser in any desktop application, make edits, and save the changes back to the web. In the meantime, we’re curious to hear about your sharing methodology. Take our poll or leave a comment.

  1. Their site is timing out.

    “504 Gateway Time-out The server didn’t respond in time.”

    :(

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  2. We were getting hit hard for a little while, but everything should be fine now.

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  3. We use Foldershare (I think Windows Live bought them) and it works really well. What i like is that the app is really light and does not slow down the comp or interfere with other stuff. The functionality is somewhat limited but I would happily trade that for stability and lightness of the app

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  4. [...] of web apps looking to solve the email file problem. This week alone we saw the launch of Zector and Topicr, joining the field already crowded by services like Box, Dropbox, YouSendIt and many [...]

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  5. sign up worked smoothly, now eager to try out the mac app

    BUT – 100 megs on the upper end? come on! at least 250 for free or there’s nothing to separate you from the pack…

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  6. LeapFILE is great for businesses, but it’s a paid service, so for individuals/everyday users, there’s this new site that’s coming out called Jumpsend.

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