We’re working on some very exciting improvements to our recipient email and download pages that will be available to you shortly. The new design will have implications to your branding image or logo. we strongly recommend that you update your logo by June 25th in order to preserve and fully control how your logo is displayed when the new design launches.
I was at the Storage Network World (SNW) event earlier this year. The speaker after me was Terri McClure, the senior analyst for Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). Her session was titled 'Analyst Perspective: The Impact of Consumerization on File Sharing Strategies'. She validated some of the key trends and recommendations that YouSendIt is observing as well. This post summarizes some takeaways.
For many of our customers the 2GB limit on sending and sharing files, was no problem, but as technology evolves it consequently develops products that produce larger file types. Those who work in creative industries, for example, are always working with photos and videos that are high quality and therefore have large file sizes. Now, sending that 300GB video is no longer an issue
Users are no longer constrained by a 2GB limit when sending and sharing files from the YouSendIt Website, Express and Desktop app, or when receiving files via their YouSendIt Dropbox. Have a 400GB video that you need to send? No problem!