294646Re: Would somebody let me know what I need to do to improve this setup.
- Aug 7, 2013On 08/07/2013 12:03 PM, John Allen wrote:
>> Is there any particular reason you need to accept messages 32 GB in size?I don't recall email being the only alternative to public cloud file
> Yes. We support a business that designs and manufactures packaging and
> displays. The sort of thing you might see in the aisle of a supermarket
> or store selling gum, personal care products. The graphics, art work
> and design of these need to be sent to the people involved. We have
> looked into using services like Dropbox but the problem with all of
> these is copyright. Our customers legal eagles have advise against such
> services as they may compromise their copyright on anything stored on
> such services.
> OT: It is the same advice and reasoning they gave against using public
> cloud services, some of whose terms of service essentially strip the
> user of all copyright ownership.
Set up a file server of you own and keep copyrights in house.
32GB sized email messages is a mistake IMO.
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