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    Hi All,

    I'm looking into getting .Mac for my company, but the 30GB limit that I found in the FAQs seems a bit odd. Am I missing something? Is it possible to purchase a .Mac account and pay extra for space beyond 30GB?

    Are there other .Mac-like programs (integrated, since I don't want to train people on using Picasa, Box.Net, and 10 other separate services) for business?

    Thanks in advance.

    Z

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    30 GB seems like an awful lot for an online offer. I rather doubt you could go beyond that. I didn't realize that they had gone that far frankly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mac57 View Post
    30 GB seems like an awful lot for an online offer. I rather doubt you could go beyond that. I didn't realize that they had gone that far frankly.
    I don't know... I was just imagining how quickly 1 designer would eat up 30GBs, nevermind a designer, two photographers, and two admin folk, all collaborating on the same team. I was really hoping to find something with the features and ease of use of .Mac but in the 60-100GB storage range.

    :sigh:

    Thanks for the response.

    Z

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    I would wait, .Mac has been out for hours today with no explanation from Apple, not something I would rely on for a business.

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