Posts Tagged ‘amazon cloud drive’

With OneDrive Limiting Storage, What are your Alternatives?

Friday, November 6th, 2015

If the new limit on data storage at OneDrive causes a problem for you, here are several possible solutions …

Microsoft announced recently that it would change OneDrive plans for all but Business and Enterprise customers. The move limits Office 365 Home, Personal and University customers to 1TB of storage space, and reduces the storage available to free users to 5GB from previously 15GB or more.

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Amazon Cloud Drive Desktop App for Windows and Mac Launched

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Yet another major player has entered the cloud drive business … which seems kind of odd in an age of multi-tetrabyte hard drives and 100 Gig flash drives.

The cloud space is buzzing with activity lately.  First we had an update to Microsoft SkyDrive, Microsoft’s cloud storage offering, with improved file upload size support and the SkyDrive for desktop app allowing Windows and Mac users to synchronize their online storage with their local PC.

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Cloud Drive Price Comparison: Amazon, Apple, Google, Box, Dropbox, Skydrive and SugarSync

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Here’s a nice side-by-side price comparison of some of the most popular cloud drive services …

Price can be an important factor when selecting the right cloud hosting service. With that many services in the field, it is important to compare prices, as much as it is important to look at the feature sets individual services offer. Like pricing, features differ a lot between services.

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Amazon Cloud Drive – Free Online Storage

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

This is kind of an interesting application of cloud server technology. It makes a lot of sense; buy an MP3, then store it in the cloud for free …

Free online storage; every company and their mother seem to be offering cloud based storage these days. Amazon has joined the fray with Amazon Cloud Drive, offering five Gigabytes of free online storage to Amazon customers. It has been designed specifically for music, photos and documents, but it is possible to upload other files to the cloud servers as well. The service utilizes Amazons’ own Simple Storage Service (S3) that Amazon uses to run all of its web properties.

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