Starchive v.s. Dropbox There really is no comparison. Speed and Performance The Starchive uploader is at least 2x faster than Dropbox which means less waiting. Tags and Custom Fields Starchive allows you to tag files, folders and collections with...
THE STARCHIVIST BLOG — Navigating the Digital Content Universe DIgital Life Calling all creatives! Use your quarantine ‘downtime’ in a positive, productive, and valuable way. You’re an artist and your gigs have been canceled. You’re a manager scrambling to support...
THE STARCHIVIST BLOG — Navigating the Digital Content Universe DIgital practice Corrie Commisso One of the biggest challenges in getting your media off of your random storage devices and into a secure cloud storage environment is HOW DAMN LONG IT TAKES. It doesn’t...
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THE STARCHIVIST BLOG — Navigating the Digital Content Universe DIgital practice Corrie Commisso You’ve got media. Lots of it. If you’re anything like me, your approach to media organization might currently look something like this: a box of 4 MB thumb drives circa...
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