Cloud storage showdown
It’s a no brainer when it comes to cloud storage. You dump all your files in one place, and have universal accessibility. With of course, the exception of internet access and a mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop – which these days are a dime a dozen. The only complexity that remains is what storage program to use.
Today we’re taking you step by step through comparisons of the industry leaders.
Lets start with Google Drive. They offer 15GB of free storage straight up, with a file restriction of 5TB. You are not able to earn additional free storage, rather pay $2/month for 100GB or $10/month for 1TB.
OneDrive offers 5GB of initial free storage, with a file restriction of 10GB. Similarly to above, there is no option to earn addition free storage. It is $2/month for 50GB.
Finally, Dropbox offer 2GB of free storage, with a 10GB size restriction. Comparatively, this restriction does not apply to the Dropbox app. You are offered additional free storage under this program and it’s $10/month for 1TB.
Just some food for thought when you decide on your cloud storage provider.