The cloud service provider Dropbox publishes its new offer Transfer. Users can also exchange larger amounts of data with capacities of up to 100 GByte. A dozen new extensions have also been integrated.
Since July of this year, Dropbox Transfer has been available in a restricted beta version. Now the tool has apparently passed all tests and is ready for the public. Data can be sent both directly from the hard disk or from the user’s own dropbox memory. The cloud provider generates a download link that can be sent to any recipient. The sender has the free choice of forwarding the link to any e-mail address or to a dropbox user. This means that recipients do not have to be customers of the cloud service to gain access to the data.