Basecamp has become the world’s #1 project management tool. Since 2004, companies and ministries have been switching to Basecamp because it’s famously easy-to-use, reliable, and It Just Works™. Combine that with their best-in-the-biz customer service, and you’ve got a unique and delightful package. Each week over 5,000 new organizations signup for Basecamp. Over the years, Basecamp has proven to be very popular with teachers, classrooms, and students. To improve school projects, Basecamp is free for teachers to use with students. Or you can use Basecamp Personal for projects outside of work.
Have a large file you need to send to someone else but it's too big to email? Senduit.com is your answer. Senduit's service provides users with the ability to upload a file via HTTP-Protocol and receive a custom URL address to download the file from Senduit's servers. This address can be shared by the user freely and can be used to download the file a reasonable number of times. The address expires in an amount of time designated by the user (between 30 minutes and 1 week) at which point in becomes inaccessible to the public and is removed from Senduit's servers.
YouSendIt, Inc. is the first cloud collaboration service to offer an integrated approach for sending, sharing and signing documents online. With over 20 million registered users in 193 countries, YouSendIt helps enterprises and business professionals streamline collaboration by enabling them to instantly sync and access content in the cloud and easily send files, share folders, and sign documents from anywhere—the desktop, Web or mobile devices. YouSendIt offers a suite of productivity tools that integrate seamlessly into common desktop and mobile environments.
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Dropbox was founded in 2007 by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi, two MIT students tired of emailing files to themselves to work from more than one computer. Today, more than 45 million people across every continent use Dropbox to always have their stuff at hand, share with family and friends, and work on team projects.
RapidShare was invented by Christian Schmid a few years ago when he was looking for a new option for sending and filing large files, because it was only possible to send these by email to a limited extent. He therefore developed the first 1-click file hoster, at that time under the name of ezShare, and initially as a private service. The service spread rapidly because it met a real need felt by a large number of people: to store large files quickly and easily and send the download links to friends and acquaintances. The website rapidshare.com is among the most visited websites worldwide. An estimated 400,000 files a day are uploaded onto the company's powerful server farms.