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17 Free File Exchange Services to Work with Online Volunteers March 26, 2008

Posted by Randy Tyler in Management, Technology.
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Working with online volunteers usually involves the exchange of files, often exceeding the typical 10 or 20 MB e-mail attachment limits. With limited financial resources available, how then can a non-profit organization successfully work with their Internet-based volunteers to exchange large files — such as those involved with graphic, video or database projects?  Due to an ever expanding list of free Web-based file transfer services, one of which allows a whopping two gigabyte (GB) file upload limit along with an amazing 50 gigabytes (GB) of storage, large video or graphic files can now be easily exchanged between a virtual volunteer and a non-profit organization.

With the assistance of MYS virtual volunteers, pioneering Online Volunteer Program Developer Randy Tyler released today a detailed listing of 17 free Web-based file exchange services. For each file transfer service, the name, Web address, maximum file upload size, monthly transfer limit, maximum storage, allowable file storage time and user requirements have been provided.

Download the PDF file at the link below:

17-Free-File-Exchange-Services-by-Randy-Tyler

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