What kind of social networking apps are around?
Social networking has grown in prominence over the last few years, to a position where it’s more than just a casual digital tool for friends to communicate. It can be a vital platform for people with business ideas – those who need a strong personal profile in order to sell their wares; or, it can be a place where ideas and movements can spread. On a lighter level it can be a handy communication tool to bring acquaintances together and it adds another level of informal interpersonal dialogue to our lives.
For those that want to extend their experience of Facebook, LinkedIn and the like beyond the realms of idle chit chat to their phones, you may consider downloading Apps to enhance your social media experience. One highly acclaimed App is Box.net Files.
The Box.net Files App lets you have a kind of thumb drive on Facebook or LinkedIn. With 5 Gig of storage, you can upload files up to a meaty 25MB making it a good tool for those who have a lot of information to share with clients, clubs or friends. Maybe you wish to download an archive of videos from your holidays or a product range from a business; Box.net Files is an ideal App in this respect.
If you have an extra-large business usage you can sign up for a personal account at around £6 per month. It’s based around the popular concept of Cloud Content Management, and accounts can be enterprise, business or personal.
Social networking is taking on new dimensions every day, as we slowly come to terms with some of its endless potentialities. Box.net Files is just one App that serves to enhance our existing experience of social networking, and it’ll be amongst a host of cloud management services that’ll help make Facebook and the like a cornerstone of modern enterprise.