Best Cloud Storage Services

Best Cloud Storage Services

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If you’re looking for the best cloud storage services there is a lot of digging to do. Unless you use our easy to use comparison chart and top list of cloud storage services that allow you to easily see which suit your needs best.

We test the services based on the following criteria:

Your service needs to be absolutely reliable because you cannot afford data loss.

You need to take the time it takes to upload files into consideration. Some cloud storage services are utterly slow making file transfer a chore.

✔✔ Security
Is your cloud storage service secure? Does it encrypt your files? You may want to check our detailed comparison chart to know all the details about a particular provider.

We test if services are easy to use and if even beginners can start right away backing up their files and using a cloud storage service to its full potential.

✔✔ Customer ratings
Our customer ratings will give you a good idea if a cloud storage service is worth exploring.



shadow jago SSJ says:

hold up transferred
cloud games save like guilty gear xrd on my xbox one?

Abdulrazaq Saeed says: cloud is the best of all time .
It is ad-free , fast upload , fast download , totally free .
And any one worldwide can make them a account ! 

Knights2214 says:

One drive by good u can upload large files from iphone or pc

whatever says:

MediaFire is the Worst … only use the free version, pay and they will make you soon regret it

Kenny D. says:

Is there a way to get more storage without a sd card and without wifi?

Kreepy Pasta says:

Just buy a HDD and a usb dock. on average, you'll pay $30 for the dock, and $50 per 250G HDD. and it will always be accessible.

Jacob King says:

Dropbox is terrible, DO NOT USE THIS SERVICE. Seriously. First of all, this isn't even a drop box. It's file synchronization. Second, it's not client-side encrypted. Dropbox will have access to all of your data if they choose to, and that means if they're compromised, so are your files. No layers of protection. Not only that, if you're trying to use it for business, it costs $125 per user. That's ridiculous, especially for such a poor service. If you want to share with a client, you have to make sure that a) your client has Dropbox and b) they have enough storage space to actually view the file you're trying to share. Don't risk embarrassment and don't waste your money. Seriously. Try anything else, Box, DriveHQ, Egnyte, ANYTHING but this garbage.

LoquendoxGtaSa says:

Awesome !

Jeffy Jeffrey says:

This was simply amazing.

Ivan Voloshyn says:

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BFH Denmark says:

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RockstreetRecords says:

kudos to you?

manangupta says:

excellent job 5 stars 

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Marcin Lucek says:

Wow. That was actually very good. :O

Кристина Смирнова says:

This one is the Best by far

Paweł J says:

thats crazy stuff

DirolGaming says:

Good stuff

Patryk Janiak says:

great movie

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ann annit says:

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goneyyeico says:

nice video 

Axel Green says:

This is really cool 

Virtual Private Servers says:

We’ve rounded up the best cloud storage and file-sharing and -syncing services to help you decide which you should use. These services provide seamless access to all your important data Word docs, PDFs, spreadsheets, photos, any other digital assets from wherever you are.

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