It’s happened to all of us. It’s late, and you just finished working on the big project. You’re about to send it to your manager, but the email keeps timing out – or gets rejected altogether.
Chances are, that file is too big to send through email. Trouble, right? Not if you use Streamfile.
Streamfile is a file sharing website that enables direct streaming of files from your computer to your recipient’s machine. The process is as simple as finding the file on your computer and starting the stream process. Streamfile gives you a private URL which you can give to anyone who needs to download the file. Anything up to 150 MB is free, but you can pay for files up to 30GB, which is the equivalent of over 7 DVDs.
Streamfile is safer than a public peer-to-peer program, and much easier because neither the sender or the recipient needs to install any software. Additionally, a peer-to-peer connection requires both parties to be online and there’s always the worry about viruses. Streamfile puts all those worries to rest.
Send documents, movies, music and folders with the ease of a few simple clicks. No more sending multiple emails, no more waiting for the attachment to load; with Streamfile, the hardest part is the creation of your work, not the sending of it.
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