Cloud Storage Reviews

Memeo Review

Memeo uses a multi-faceted approach to data storage, sharing and cloud computing by designating specific services for various tasks. You can choose the Memeo Home or Memeo Business version. The business version offers many more features such as phone support…
4shared Review

4shared is an online storage provider that gives users the highest-quality, free online storing and sharing solution. They are comprised of a team of dedicated specialists in programming, web design, and marketing communications…
Syncplicity Review

Syncplicity appeared on the market in 2008 – along with several of its closest competitors – in response to the growing popularity of online file storage. Syncplicity offers its users private space in the cloud for storing, editing, and sharing media of all kinds…
Google Drive Review

Google Drive hopes to rise to the top in the competitive market of online file sharing sites with its extensive features and innovative technology. Google’s much-anticipated concept for cloud file storage, Google Drive, has recently launched and become available for everyone…
DriveHQ Review

DriveHQ provides online data management – as well as other hosting services – for millions of customers around the world, and they hope to attract more through competitive pricing and reliable service…
Jungle Disk Review

Jungle Disk is a subscription service offered by Rackspace Hosting. They aim to provide low-cost cloud-based backup storage to both the personal and business user….
Kinetic D Review

Kinetic D is an online backup service provider that has been around since the year 2003. In the world of IT services companies, that is a very long time. Most of them come and go in less than a year…
CloudBerry Lab Review

CloudBerry offer a suite of software for easy file management and transfer to various third-party cloud-based storage networks. Founded in 2008, CloudBerry acts as a conduit for users of any one of fifteen cloud-based storage systems such as Google, Windows Azure, Amazon S3, Rackspace and Nirvanix…
Druva Review

The name of this company refers to the North Star in Hindu Mythology. This is intended to carry the idea of certainty. This kind of certainty makes Druva’s online backup services ideal for business customers. In the business world, there are a number of uses which these types of services can be put to…
MediaFire Review

Launched in 2005, MediaFire is one of the more popular services of its kind, offering “cloud storage for everyone” and attracting 60 million users annually. Offering an easy-to-use interface and the ability to create image galleries as well as sharing of documents and presentations online, the service has long retained its popularity with casual and professional users alike…
OpenDrive Review

that provides online backup services to both individuals and businesses. Since they were only founded in 2008, it is astounding that their customer base has already grown to include over one million individuals and twenty thousand businesses. There can only be one explanation for that type of growth…
Storage Guardian Review

Storage Guardian is a company that has been in the online backup business for over a decade. Until recently, the have offered their services primarily to small businesses. However, they have now begun to provide online backup to home users as well. As a whole, Storage Guardian doesn’t…
Dropbox Review

Dropbox is an online storage service provider that allows users to bring their photos, documents, and videos from anywhere and instantly share them with anyone who is given the “special” link to access the files. Arash Ferdowsi and Drew Houston founded Dropbox in 2007…
PennyBackup Review

There are a number of reasons to use an online backup service, and there are also a number of reasons to use PennyBackup in particular. One of the main advantages of using an online backup service at all is that it’s significantly more secure than any type of removable storage media…
DrivePop Review

DrivePop offers a 14 day free trial. The trial includes 512 GB of storage and can be used on one computer. After the trial period you can upgrade to one of their paid plans. The company offers three different plans, so there is something for every need and budget…
MEGA Full Review

The recursive acronym MEGA stands for ‘MEGA Encrypted Global Access’. MEGA is the successor to MegaUpload (www.megaupload.com), the website that had been shut down by the US government in January 2012 for allegedly promoting copyright infringement…

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