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Top 9 Slideshare Alternatives

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  1. Discover, Share, and Present presentations and infographics with the world’s largest professional content sharing community.

  2. Share PowerPoint online on any device. Perfectly preserve all advanced PPT effects, interactivity and embedded rich media in your presentation. Use it free!

  3. PowerShow is an online presentation software solution that allows you to view and share PowerPoint presentations online with embedded video, audio, image, music, and animations, etc.

  4. authorSTREAM enables presenters to upload & share PowerPoint, Keynote & PDF presentations online; embed in blogs, convert to video and share on social networks.

  5. Hashdoc helps you find and save, publicize or sell, professional documents. From templates and forms to white-papers and market research.

  6. DocDroid is a service for sharing document and slides.

  7. Access and sync your files anywhere

    Google Drive is syncing stuff from my trash - anyone else... about 4 months ago

    I'm running the latest beta of Ventura and the Google Drive sync app installed from
  8. Online Sync and File Sharing

    3.3 economy about 11 months ago

    Huh. This may take a more in depth look to solve, guess and check is likely to miss a lot. If you upload your save file to a file hosting site like and post the link, I'll take a look and see what advice I can come up with.
  9. Secure access, sharing & file storage

  10. Box offers secure content management and collaboration for individuals, teams and businesses, enabling secure file sharing and access to your files online.

    Why do websites put their user id entry and password entry on... about 7 days ago

    However, how does the service provider ( know to use your Identity Provider ( instead of another company's Identity Provider? Do you put a drop down to select an organization to log in with? This approach has the disadvantage of letting the world know who does business with you, as well as having some pretty bad UX - think of a drop down that would need thousands of entries to...