Tag: file sharing

Phonecall Enhancement Service Thrutu Launches on BlackBerry


Thrutu is a phonecall enhancement service that allows callers to share files, share media and play games while engaged in a voice call. The service boasts 300000 users on iOS and Android and has added the BlackBerry OS to their cross platform communications app.

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ShareFile Announces BlackBerry File Sharing App for Business



ShareFile provides secure file transfer and full-featured virtual data room solutions that enable companies to exchange large and/or confidential business files. The company is debuting its BlackBerry app, alongside apps for the iPad and Android tablets. Central to the ShareFile experience is security, and all data transmitted between ShareFile’s tablet and smartphone applications and user’s mobile device is encrypted.

To download the free ShareFile app, use the OTA link at dl.sharefile.com/bb.

Read more about mobile ShareFile solutions on their site.

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Tonido Lets You Run Your Own Cloud Service for Media and File Sharing



Tonido is a personal cloud service that allows you to access files, photos and media in your home computer (PC, Mac & Linux) from anywhere and any device. The company has a native mobile app suite and the BlackBerry app allows you to access, share files, folders and photos in your home computer from your smartphone. Some key features of Tonido include:

  • Browse your files and folders from Blackberry Smartphones
  • Open many popular file formats like like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF
  • Share any file or folder in your home computer instantly and email the share out to your friends and family
  • Quickly browse your pictures
  • Download and save files to BlackBerry device

Check out the Tonido app free in App World.

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BlackBerry file sharing solutions from Enterprise File System Inc


Enterprise File System screenshot

There are several file sharing systems available to corporate users such as Cortado, and each will provide a competitive advantage over the others. Depending on your organization’s needs, it’s important to evaluate each for its strengths and weaknesses.

One of these systems is Enterprise File System (EFS). EFS lets you create folders, copy and paste documents between remote systems, delete documents and folders and email remote or local documents.
Click through for a synopsis of functionality and features with EFS