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Binfer Is The No-Cloud Alternative To Send Large Files

Every solution you have looked at, requires uploading your files on some server, in order to share. With Binfer, files are actually sent from you to the recipient directly, instead of uploading on a third party server. Cloud based hosting is the same 1950 kind of technology where a central computer facilitated exchange of data. So what are the issues sharing your files this way?
With cloud based sharing
  1. First, there is a huge difference between cloud computing and cloud hosting. While cloud computing helps to reduce cost and streamline business process; cloud hosting does not(except for some very specific functions)
  2. Imagine a water tank supplying to a small city. Imagine 100 pipes going from it to homes. Let’s assume the pressure is just enough to allow people to be functional. Now add 50 more connections. What do you think happens to the pressure? It lowers for everyone! What if you add 100 more? With cloud hosting this is exactly what happens. The hosting provider divides bandwidth equally, and it keeps reducing for everyone as more people join in. time consuming upload service
  3. Cloud services touting pure web interfaces are a huge time suck. The right tool, and not necessarily the convenient tool helps improve productivity. time consuming upload service
With Binfer
  1. Binfer does not use the cloud to store you files. It uses an advanced next-gen technology to create direct connection between two parties to transfer data.
  2. Since, Binfer transfers at the maximum speed allowed by your provider, your speed is not affected if 1 or 100 people are using Binfer at the same time. Your bandwidth remains your bandwidth and is not shared with other users. time consuming upload service
  3. The right tool is the one that makes your life easy and work productive. Is installing a small piece of software such a big deal for you that you are willing to let go hours of your time? drag and drop entire folders
Cost of inefficiency, wait time and manual steps are often overlooked in price calculation. Say, if a service A charges $1 but takes 60 minutes to do the job and another service B costs $6 and takes 10 minutes to do the job, which one is cheaper? Things look different if you factor in what your 1 hour is worth. If your 1 hour is worth $60 then the service A now costs $61 and service B costs $16.