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Cloud Storage Services July 27, 2014

Posted by twiznc in Product, Services & Software Recommendations.

Updated March 6, 2016

Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box, and iDrive are the top players in the cloud storage field and all offer both free plans as well as paid/business plans that offer more features and/or more storage space. SugarSync is also a well-known brand that is feature-rich but does not offer a free plan (to compare SugarSync features with the other services click here).

If considering once of these services for personal use, click here for a good compaison article.  If for business use, click here for a good comparison slideshow.

In our experience, Microsoft OneDrive is a slight favorite due to it’s tight integration with Windows File Explorer and user’s familiarity with Microsoft products in general.

Bear in mind that both Office 365 and Google Apps provide generous cloud storage services as a part of the product offering, so if you go with one of these services then you probably will not need to consider a separate cloud storage service option.



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