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Question by TR member ihsscj:
"I am currently laid off from an IT position that I had for three years. I do not have a computer of my own. I use public computers, such as those available at libraries. I need an efficient means of storing data. I have a flash drive, but I tend to forget it, leaving it in the jack when I leave the computer. Of course, when I do that, I don't generally find it again — they're $10 and up! Is there such a thing as networked file storage for individuals? What companies offer such a thing, if any?"
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