Search.me: Search your cloud services.

Look it up

You know that feeling that you don’t know where you’ve put something? Are your pictures partly on Picasa, Dropbox and perhaps you’ve also published some on Flickr? Or that one file, is it in mailbox X, Y, Z or on Box.net? Filter failure is a reality nowadays. It mostly happens when you don’t know where you have filed it.

Search.me is a virtualisation layer that indexes all your (private) info and makes it discoverable via a handy personal search so you can easily find your stuff back across all the cloud services you use.

Not only does it index (not copying) your content in all these places, an extra offer is made to manage your cloud services more efficiently. Using simple ‘fall over’ principes, you can use freemium models to their full potential. Just because it’s a virtualisation layer, it can bypass certain limits in freemium services by creating new accounts or cleverly combining multiple services.

Off course search.me is also freemium available… And soon will be bought by Google.

Can't find it? Doesn't exist

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One thought on “Search.me: Search your cloud services.

  1. Have you heard of Copy Cloud Storage? They’re giving away 20GB right at the start! I have a lot of artwork files to store so this is a great deal for me..initially, a new user gets 15GB but if you use a referral link, like mine, you get another 5 right off the bat..then they’ll give you your own referral link to pass around; it’s pretty awesome, check them out tell me what you think 🙂

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