Currently, ZipShare lets users zip and share files both from their own computer as well as from Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, SugarSync, HighTail and CloudMe, with others in the works. However, it’s the file management capabilities that make ZipShare interesting.
To be clear, ZipShare is not looking to become yet anther cloud storage service player itself. Instead, the company is thinking of the new service as a means of making its WinZip technology more relevant in today’s world, where many users are now creating, saving and sharing their files entirely online.
WinZip had already been thinking…
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