Twelve Cloud Storage Services for Work and Play

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Easily the most recognized online storage service of the list here, Dropbox delivers online cloud storage in a highly functional service offering. Most platforms are supported by Dropbox, including Windows, OS X and Linux, as well as mobile platforms such as iOS and Android. The service itself doesn’t offer many frills, though the non-free version offers the possibility of version history and file recovery (may be optional add-on depending on exact plan). Dropbox offers 2GB of free storage, while its paid Pro plan starts at $9.99/month for 100GB, $19.99/month for 200GB, and $49.99/month for 500GB. Its Business plan starts at 1TB for five users with centralized billing and admin tools.

Confused by the many cloud storage services out there? It used to be that we could choose among only a handful of cloud storage services, all of which offered basic file storage services. The proliferation of the cloud and the BYOD phenomenon have sparked a high level of interest in storing data online, however.

Today, many established cloud storage services can be easily counted, many of them offering advanced collaborate and synchronization capabilities. Here, we take a closer look at 12 cloud storage services that you can deploy for work and play.


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