I’ve just had news from Steve Bardouille, the co-founder over at Famberry – they’ve just upgraded their package for users.
They’re now offering a massive one terabyte of space to users who sign up (it’s for a limited time – sorry folks, I don’t know how long that means!), but that is a LOT of space to store photographs and memories. Steve estimates that’s about 300,000 photos!
The difference with Famberry, is that it’s a safe and secure environment in which you can build a tree and keep those family memories.
Okay, so the wisdom of crowds is quite a powerful thing, and often opens up avenues of new research, or reaches out to ‘new’ distant relatives, or, if you get as frustrated as me – opens up the possibilities to introduce ridiculous errors courtesy of other less-careful researchers. But, if you’re wanting to collaborate with your relatives in private, then it’s got that box ticked perfectly.
I took a look at online data security in my Privacy and the Genealogist post a few months ago.