|Description||Remote File Access|
RedFS is designed to easily link people to their files and data regardless of physical location.
RedFS provides access to usersâ€™ computers and online services such as Google Docs and Facebook through a file system paradigm. RedFS also provides a built-in web drive on which users and applications can store files directly. Users can access files using a web browser or as a mountable drive.
To use RedFS to access their computers or mount RedFS as a disk, users install a small application. Supported services include Facebook, Google Docs, Zoho, MySpace and Picasa Web Albums.
Developer APIs for web applications are also available. APIs allow web apps to use data from a variety of a userâ€™s file sources and use RedFS to store their own data. For instance, a page design application might take text from Google Docs, images from Facebook and save the resulting page to RedFSâ€™s web drive.