Backblaze, Skydrive or Dropbox – Who Rules?

Google-Cover-2120x1192Cloud storage is an easy way for you to save information on the internet. Files such as music, documents, photos, you name it, they can be safely stored without any worries on your end. Anywhere you go where there is an internet connection you are able to gain access to your files. It is an awesome way for people who are on the go to always have access to their data and files without worrying about them being compromised. Many people think that having security like this would cost a lot of cash but it really doesn’t. There are many affordable options out there for whatever you are looking for when it comes to cloud storage.

Dropbox is one of the most popular and easy-to-use cloud storage programs on the web. It is available for business and for personal use and they even offer a free trial to get you started. You can store as many images as you would like with access to those images anywhere you go. You can take Dropbox with you on your mobile device and save your images right as you take them! You get 2GB of space for free with file sharing and access from any location. $9.99 monthly gets you 1TB of space and if you sign up for a business account at $15.00 per user per month you receive unlimited storage and top notch support.

One great option for cloud storage is Backblaze. You can have unlimited storage cloud usage for $5 a month. You can back up data via an external hard drive and it will cost you nothing extra. It is completely secure and encrypted and gives you the option to back up your data via your mobile device with your easy to use Backblaze app.

OneDrive is also another good option for you. You can start out with 7GB of space for free and only requires you to have a Windows Live account. This automatically comes with Office Online and you have the ability to create, share, and edit documents of any format on any device that you have handy.  And for businesses they provide you with 1TB of storage space to help you organize your data as well as keep it safe from hackers. No matter what device you are using you have the ability to access your documents regardless of the type which is very convenient.

There are many cloud storage products available for you to choose from. It simply depends on what your needs are.  A business is going to require more space so you need to take that into consideration when choosing the right cloud storage system for you. Just keep your options open and you won’t have to open your pocketbook too wide!