I keep most of my documents online. For me, this is a safety issue. Although some do not agree with that, I think many of you have adopted storage spaces online. The problem is that you do not use necessarily the same service online for the same thing: the documents on Google Drive, the photos on Facebook, YouTube videos, in short, you lose! To solve the problem, I came across CloudKafe a magnificent service to centralize and organize online content …
After a little basic and free registration by mail or Facebook, you will go to setting CloudKafe. Indeed, it asks permission to connect to your accounts that you specify. And the list goes on! Consider this:
- Documents: CX, SugarSync, Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, SkyDrive.
- Images: SmugMug, Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, Instagram.
- Videos: YouTube, Vimeo.
- Notes: Evernote, Catch.
- Contacts: Google yahoo!.
- Music coming soon.
When you select a category, you will be redirected to an interface that allows you to configure a particular service. The authentication process is very intuitive, which makes setting up CloudKafé.
CloudKafe is a free, fast, intuitive and no doubt very useful for users who have different profiles in the “cloud.” We should also mention that the service uses SSL, a cryptographic protocol that provides security and integrity of data transmitted over networks such as the Internet.
What service do you use to centralize and organize your online content?