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    Tried Gladinet today (on an admin staff room computer) and it worked fine to save a file to a Box account via a drive letter.

    And just found this post Gladinet- Access Without Boundaries so I'll be giving that a go to see if it works.

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    @SimpleSi. Dropbox added a new feature to their website yesterday that you might be interested in.

    Wanna see something awesome? If you use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, you can now upload files by dragging them from your desktop onto the Dropbox website. After Dropbox detects the upload, itíll work its magic to get your stuff wherever you need it.

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    Pretty sure Skydrive has a simple drag and drop feature when silverlight is installed (probably has by windows update). Besides isn't web based cloudy transparency supposed to be the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Pretty sure Skydrive has a simple drag and drop feature when Silverlight is installed
    SkyDrive supports drag-and-dropping files without Silverlight in the browsers mentioned below...

    Microsoft has also introduced drag and drop functionality for SkyDrive to allow users to upload files and photos using the HTML5 file API. Internet Explorer 10, Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari all support this functionality. (Source)
    What's disappointing about both SkyDrive and Dropbox is the file size limits when uploading through their websites - 100MB and 300MB respectively.

    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Besides isn't web based cloudy transparency supposed to be the future.
    Supposedly.

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    its a nice feature but not that great - more of a showing off exercise

    I wonder how long before some company does what I want - 6months? a year??

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