25 Cloud Storage and Sharing Services Online

25 Cloud Storage and Sharing Services Online

(Updated list from our previous post…)


Ubuntu One

Is your personal cloud. But it’s not just about syncing files — whether you need to access your contacts, notes or bookmarks from any computer or the web, enjoy your favorite music from a cloud integrated store or stream your entire collection to iPhone and Android mobile phones.

ibackup

IBackup guarantees superior performance, security and ease-of-use for all of its desktop applications, compared to other online storage providers. Extensive enterprise-class feature set including Snapshots, which enable you to view older copies of data, Network Drive for easy drag-n-drop operations, Sub-Accounts, WebFolders, sharing and collaboration options, make us a leading player in the business of online storage market.

StoreGate

Storegate is your very own Internet hard drive which makes it easy, efficient, and secure for you to store, access, share and protect all type of digital information that you have in your computer, mobile phone or digital camera.

Amazon S3

Is storage for the Internet. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers. Amazon S3 provides a simple web services interface that can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.

Flip Drive

FlipDrive provides secure online storage, online file sharing and online data backup for your personal and business use. Use FlipDrive to securely store data and files online, and then access them from any web browser; backup and protect critical and most important data from computer crashes and viruses.

Google Docs

Create and share your work online with Google Docs Google Docs is a free, Web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, form, and data storage service offered by Google. It allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating in real-time with other users.

ZumoDrive

Is a cloud-based file synchronization and storage service. The service enables users to store and sync files online and between computers using their HybridCloud storage solution.ZumoDrive has a cross- platform client between (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, and Palm webOS)

OpenDrive

The OpenDrive Website allows you to access your data from anywhere with any connection, upload new files or manage your existing ones, manage folders, create and edit documents with our online office suites all through a secure SSL connection with no software to install. Acronis Recovery for MS SQL Server

Acronis

Once the files are backed up online, you no longer have to carry your laptop everywhere. When you need your files, you can download them remotely from any Internet-connected PC, not just the original one on which they were stored.

Dropbox

Is a Web-based file hosting service operated by Dropbox, Inc. which uses cloud computing to enable users to store and share files and folders with others across the Internet using file synchronization.

ADrive

They offer online file storage and backup services with an array of enhanced features to make storing and protecting your data more convenient than ever.

Egnyte

Delivers an all-in-one file server solution that combines unlimited, on-demand file storage and workgroup collaboration capabilities with an automated, online backup. Egnyte has versions for both Windows and Mac, and is aimed at the small business/home office market.

Zoho

Zoho.com offers a comprehensive suite of award-winning on-line business, productivity & collaboration applications. Customers use Zoho Applications to run their business processes, manage their information and be more productive while at the office or on the go, without having to worry about expensive or outdated hardware or software.

Carbonite

online backup service works quietly and continually in the background protecting your files. If something goes wrong or you delete a file by accident, we’ve still got a copy. Carbonite Online Backup now includes remote file access! Retrieve files you have backed up with Carbonite from any computer with an internet connection.

Wuala

Is a free secure online storage which allows its users to securely store, backup, and access files from anywhere and to share files easily with friends, groups, and the world. Tens of thousands of users and thousands of communities around the world are already actively sharing millions of files, growing quickly.

CloudBerry Backup

Provides a powerful Backup and Restore program designed to leverage Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure storage to make your disaster recovery plan simple, reliable, and affordable. The product is one time fee and you pay storage charges to Amazon directly.

Windows Live

Allows cloud storage of files which enables computers to synchronize with other computers even if one or more of those computers are switched off or disconnected from the internet. Windows Live or Live mesh is a data synchronization system from Microsoft that allows files, folders and other data to be shared and synchronized across multiple personal devices and up to 5GB on the web.

Jungle Disk

is an online backup tool that stores its data in Amazon S3 or Rackspace Cloud Files. It was highlighted by Amazon as one of the earliest S3 clients The basic Jungle Disk software is sold as a monthly subscription model, and the customer is billed directly by Amazon for data storage and transfer.

ElephantDrive

They use Amazon S3. You can use the ElephantDesktop to quickly, easily, and securely upload or backup your files and folders. Your uploaded files are protected by strong encryption and stored in hardened, professionally managed datacenters with state of the art security and environmental protections. You can access your files from anywhere in the world, at anytime.

MediaFire Pro

Share your files through just one site without ever having to worry about disk space, hosting, or bandwidth again. MediaFire was specifically designed to be extremely simple to upload files and instantly manage and share them from any computer.

Box.net

Is the Cloud Content Management (CCM) platform that embraces what’s best about the web, serving the needs of the next generation workplace, workforce and IT.

Swapdrive

Is an online storage solution. The service aims to help users backup, store and access their data much the same way they obtain everyday utility services. In addition to online data backup, SwapDrive offers file sharing, large file transfer and ubiquitous access to information.

Mozy

Founded in 2005, Mozy is the world’s most trusted online backup service for consumers and businesses with more than 1 million customers and 60,000 business customers backing up 50 petabytes of information to multiple data centers around the globe.

Symantec Online Backup

Online Storage for Backup Exec™ gives customers seamless access to off-site storage directly from the Backup Exec user interface. Your long-term data storage or disaster recovery needs are met giving you the time and peace of mind needed to run your business.

Vault2Cloud

Unitrends offers data protection appliances that provide the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) in the industry in terms of protecting and restoring critical data and systems


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5 Responses to 25 Cloud Storage and Sharing Services Online

  1. Could I suggest to add one more service? Memopal 3GB free space (200GB 49$). Protect all your computers with the same license. iPhone, iPad, Android free app. Access from any internet location.

  2. You missed two of the most innovative services I think, Gladinet and SMEStorage – both are doing cloud storage aggregation unlike any others you have here.

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