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It seems like online file storage/backup options are a dime a dozen and Memopal is one we haven’t covered much.  I haven’t tried it, but it seems to work much like other services and at $49/year for 150 GB of storage is pretty reasonably priced. What […]

memopal-logoIt seems like online file storage/backup options are a dime a dozen and Memopal is one we haven’t covered much.  I haven’t tried it, but it seems to work much like other services and at $49/year for 150 GB of storage is pretty reasonably priced.

What brings Memopal to our attention is a press release they’ve just sent out that touts their new “cloud search” capability.  They index your online document files and can search a 2 million file archive in under 50 milliseconds.  This means you can find that particular document file you have backed up online with no muss and no fuss.  That alone may make Memopal worth checking out and they have a free trial available.

  1. Kevin or James
    do you have any suggestions on what storage can be used with Microsoft’s One Note?

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