News from iDisk.
The iDisk that Apple offers to its users goes from 20 MB to 1 GB! While the standard equipment is free for the 1000 MB space Cupertino asks for $ 1000! But for everyone it is possible to access the many services that the virtual disk of Apple makes available and now, thanks to the support of WebDAV, even those who use Windows and Linux can access the iDisk by simply typing the path of their own address http://idisk.mac.com/username/But now, thanks to Mac OS X 10.1 there is the possibility of being permanently connected with your iDisk without having to log in again and wait for the necessary re-connection previously after a period of inactivity From a security point of view, Apple communicates that iDisk is "friendly with firewall "because it communicates in the same way as web browsers and it is therefore possible to access through corporate or personal firewalls. You can access the public folders of others' iDisks simply by connecting to the server by typing http://idisk.mac.com/username/Public.
Recall that iDisk, in addition to a data tank for backup and a web space to publish your photos, videos and documents, is an excellent system for transferring files from one platform to another, from one computer to another via a simple internet connection.