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# 1 File Hosting


A file hosting service, (or online file storage provider) is an Internet webhosting service specifically designed to host static content, typically large files that are not necessary webpages. Usually they allow web and FTP access. They can be optimized for serving a lot of users or be optimized for single-user storage. Related services are video sharing, virtual storage and remote backup.


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Plan nameIdeal for AnyoneFreeGuestFreeLite
Product typeShared Hosting
Linux
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Shared Hosting
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Disk space15 GBunlimitedunlimited300 MB2 GB
Bandwidthunmeteredunmeteredunmeteredunmeteredunmetered
Dedicated IPs00000
Free domains00000
Hosted domainsunlimited-1-1-1-1
PaymentsCredit / Debit / Prepaid Cards   Credit / Debit / Prepaid Cards
Control panel[In-house]   [In-house]
FeaturesFile SharingFile SharingFile SharingFile SharingFile Sharing
Support optionsEmail, Available 24/7 Email, Help Desk Email, Help Desk
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UpdatedApr 2020Mar 2018Nov 2020Oct 2020Nov 2019
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Quick comparison of the top 12 plans in this category ordered by brand rating

Plan Name Brand Product Type Platform Diskspace Transfer Price Hosted Websites /
Free Domains / IP's
Date Plan
Basicmediafire.comShared HostingLinux10 GBunmetered$ 0.00/mo.unlimited / 0 / 0 4 Apr, 2020
BASICimageshack.comShared HostingLinuxunlimitedunmetered$ 3.99/mo.unlimited / 0 / 031 Oct, 2020
Free Image Hostingimagevenue.comShared HostingLinuxunlimitedunmetered$ 0.00/mo.unlimited / 0 / 023 Mar, 2018
Free File uploadpostimages.orgShared HostingLinuxunlimitedunmetered$ 0.00/mo. 23 Dec, 2018
FILEMAIL Freefilemail.comShared HostingLinuxunlimitedunmetered$ 0.00/mo.unlimited / 0 / 027 Nov, 2020
Basic storage accountfiles.fmShared HostingLinux5 GBunmetered€ 0.00/mo.unlimited / 0 / 025 Nov, 2020
Freedfiles.euShared HostingLinuxunlimitedunmetered€ 0.00/mo.unlimited / 0 / 016 Nov, 2020
Free accountge.ttShared HostingLinux2 GBunmetered$ 0.00/mo. / 0 / 0 8 Dec, 2019
File Hostingfiledropper.comShared HostingLinuxunlimitedunmeteredon requestunlimited / 0 / 018 Nov, 2020
STANDARDgetfilecloud.comCloudLinuxunlimitedunmetered$ 4.20/mo.unlimited / 0 / 029 May, 2018
Filehostingfilehosting.orgShared HostingLinuxunlimitedunmetered€ 0.00/mo.unlimited / 0 / 027 Nov, 2020
Quatrix Professionalmaytech.netCloudCloud100 GB HDD 15000 RPMunmetered$ 14.40/mo. / 115 Apr, 2020

About File Hosting

File HostingAuthors of Freeware, Shareware or Open Source/Free software often use file sharing hosting services to serve their software. The problem with free downloads is the big bandwidth cost. To cover this cost, many sites intentionally delay the starts of downloads and slow down downloading speeds in order to persuade a user to buy a premium, paid account on the site for better service, a practice much criticized by those who do not use these sites often. These hosts also offer additional services to the authors such as statistics or other marketing features.

Content caching
Content providers who potentially encounter bandwidth congestion issues may use services specialized in distributing cached or static content. It is the case for companies with a major Internet presence.

Personal file storage
Personal file hosting storage services are aimed at private individuals, offering a sort of "network storage" for personal backup, file access, or file distribution. Users can upload their files and share them publicly or keep them password-protected.

Prior to the advent of personal file storage services, off-site backup services were not typically affordable for individual and small office computer users.

Sometimes people prefer hosting their files on a publicly accessible HTTP server. In this case, they generally choose paid hosting, and use their hosting for this purpose. Many free hosting providers do not allow the storage of files for non-website-related use.

Services offered
Most colocation centres offer different types of services to customers ranging from dedicated suites/rooms or cages to smaller racks or partial racks. Some colocation centres also offer some degree of service level agreements to support a wide range of computer and network related services, for example, server reboots, hardware replacements and software updates.

There are a few key differences between a dedicated server and colocation servers. Dedicated servers tend to be owned and rented out, while a colocation server is one that the client owns.

Some colocation centres feature a "meet-me-room" where the different carriers housed in the centre can efficiently exchange data. Most peering points sit in colocation centres. These sites are often used for web hosting. Most colocation centres have high levels of physical security and multiple redundant power and humidity/air-conditioning systems.

Confusingly, one company can operate a colocation centre, another can provide the bandwidth, whereas a third company would rent a cage inside the centre, renting out racks to hosting providers which would rent the servers themselves to actual clients. Any and all of those companies will claim ownership of the facility and will feature photos and descriptions of it on their web sites. At the actual physical location various ID cards with various logos will be present, including those of the company that built/rents/owns the actual building.

Increasingly, organizations are recognizing the benefits of co-locating their mission-critical equipment within a data centre. Colocation is becoming increasingly popular because of the time and cost savings a company can realize as a result of using shared data centre infrastructure. Significant benefits of scale (large power and mechanical systems) result in large colocation facilities, typically 5,000-10,000 m2 (50,000 to 100,000 square feet). With IT and communications facilities in safe, secure hands, telecommunications, Internet, ASP and content providers, as well as enterprises, enjoy less latency and the freedom to focus on their core business.

Additionally, customers reduce their traffic back-haul costs and free up their internal networks for other uses. Moreover, by outsourcing network traffic to a colocation service provider with greater bandwidth capacity, web site access speeds should improve considerably.

Major types of colocation customers are:
* Web commerce companies, who use the facilities for a safe environment and cost-effective, redundant connections to the Internet
* Major enterprises, who use the facility for disaster avoidance, offsite data backup and business continuity
* Telecommunication companies, who use the facilities to interexchange traffic with other telecommunications companies and access to potential clients
Most network access point facilities provide colocation.


One-click web hosting
One-click webhosting generally describes web services that allow internet users to easily upload one or more files from their hard drives (or from a remote location) onto the one-click host's server free of charge.

Most such services simply return a URL which can be given to other people, who can then fetch the file later on. As of 2005 these sites have drastically increased in popularity, and subsequently, many of the smaller, less efficient sites have failed. Many internet forums exist in order to share such links; this type of file sharing has, to a degree, taken over from P2P filesharing services.

The sites make money through advertising or charging for premium services such as increased downloading capacity, removing any wait restrictions the site may have or prolonging how long uploaded files remain on the site. Many such sites implement a CAPTCHA to prevent automated downloading.

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Latest news about File

Azure NetApp Files Now Available to Government Agencies on Azure Cloud - Aug, 2020 - Public cloud file storage solution for the public sector, Azure (azure.microsoft.com) NetApp Files, is now available in the government region data centers on Microsoft Azure. This expansion of Azure NetApp Files (cloud.netapp.com) helps federal, Department of Defense, and state and local agencies expand their options to meet strict government ...
Cloud File Storage Company Nasuni Secures $40M in New Funding - Jul, 2020 - Nasuni (nasuni.com), a global provider of cloud file storage, has secured an additional $25 million in new equity financing coupled with a $15 million debt facility to fund the company's rapid growth. Nasuni has now raised more than $100 million in the past three years, each at a significant increase in valuation. Nasuni consolidates legacy file ...
Global Managed Hosting Company INAP Files for Bankruptcy - Mar, 2020 - INAP (formerly known as Internap), a global provider of data center services including managed cloud hosting, bare metal, and colocation, has filed for bankruptcy with support from a new group of lenders. This bankruptcy includes all of INAP's U.S. subsidiaries. INAP has entered into a Restructuring Support Agreement with an ad hoc lender group ...

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