Posted by Peter Powell On January - 30 - 2016 0 Comment

Online cloud storage solutions such as Dropbox or Google Drive make all your files and data available to you regardless of where you currently are or which device you are currently using. The best cloud storage services combine seamlessly with other apps or services so as to make the experience of interacting with your files ideal for you.

Some cloud storage solutions specialize in online backup while others stand out for their file-syncing capabilities. Below are the best cloud storage services available on the market today.

Google Drive

Part cloud storage solution and also part online collaborative office suite, Google Drive provides everything that you need to stay productive always. It also has desktop programs to facilitate file syncing. Another advantage is that files you make in Google Drive, in contrast to those you upload, are not inclusive of your free 15GB storage quota. Paid accounts cost up to $1.99 per month for 100GB storage space, and you can also get 1TB for only $9.99 per month. This deal can really come in handy for collaborative projects.

IDrive

For a yearly fee of $59.50, IDrive offers 1TB of online storage, file syncing, apps for any platform and much more. A free account has a 5GB space allocation, which isn’t that bad for anyone who wishes to try out this amazing online backup solution.

Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft OneDrive has for many years been silently hosting people’s files and photos. And Microsoft has been hosting this particular service all along. You get 15GB storage for just signing up, plus the potential to earn more storage space through referrals and other actions. Microsoft has made OneDrive the centerpiece of Windows 8; therefore, users of that particular platform may find it quite convenient for them.

SugarSync

SugarSync remains one of the most intuitive platforms among all file-syncing services. It is similar to Dropbox, the only difference being that it allows you to sync any folders or files you want while maintaining your current folder structure. You don’t need to transfer all your files for syncing into a folder similar to that of Dropbox, although if you’re happy with that method, then SugarSync’s Magic Briefcase will certainly do the trick. SugarSync doesn’t offer a free account though they have a trial period of 90 days. Among the paid packages, a 100GB storage account costs up to $9.99 every month or about $74.99 per year.

Dropbox

Dropbox has made file-syncing a common term. Dropbox remains a perfectly implemented, automatic, cloud-based, file-synchronization platform that is ideal for sharing and accessing files or data from anywhere. They offer 2GB storage space to start; however, you can obtain more storage space through referrals

Peter Powell

Hi everyone my name is Peter and I enjoy reviewing tech stuff and attend tech conferences and expos, that is what led me to create this blog about the latest technology. Enjoy and thanks for visiting everyone!
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