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  • Premium accounts start at $US7 a month and boost the file cap to 2GB per file, enable site-to-site transfer to your MediaFire account, enable embedable Dropbox folders, and enable direct file linking — no MediaFire splashpage when you share.

    Five Best Online File Sharing Services | Lifehacker Australia

  • Data center-to-branch, and branch-to-branch, connectivity: Most organizations (80%) have deployed MPLS, and plan to continue using it for site-to-site connectivity (at least for midsized-to-large sites).

    The new WAN architecture: a blueprint

  • For example, OAuth is a core aspect of DiSo because it enables site-to-site permissioning and safer data access.

    Where we’re going with Activity Streams | FactoryCity

  • You read an article online that the average web user has hundreds, if not thousands, of web tracking files called "cookies" watching you browse from site-to-site and reporting back to god-knows-where.

    Tim Chambers: Who Owns the Digital You?

  • Premium accounts start at $US7 a month and boost the file cap to 2GB per file, enable site-to-site transfer to your MediaFire account, enable embedable Dropbox folders, and enable direct file linking—no MediaFire splashpage when you share.

    Five Best Online File Sharing Services | Lifehacker Australia

  • For example, OAuth is a core aspect of DiSo because it enables site-to-site permissioning and safer [...]

    2008 | FactoryCity

  • You read an article online that the average web user has hundreds, if not thousands, of web tracking files called "cookies" watching you browse from site-to-site and reporting back to god-knows-where.

    Tim Chambers: Who Owns the Digital You?

  • You read an article online that the average web user has hundreds, if not thousands, of web tracking files called "cookies" watching you browse from site-to-site and reporting back to god-knows-where.

    Tim Chambers: Who Owns the Digital You?

  • Computer, initiate site-to-site transport, disabling all records and notifications of that transport, and block internal sensors on the lower level from detecting my presence.

    Star Trek: Myriad Universes: Shattered Light

  • You read an article online that the average web user has hundreds, if not thousands, of web tracking files called "cookies" watching you browse from site-to-site and reporting back to god-knows-where.

    Tim Chambers: Who Owns the Digital You?

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