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SugarSync vs. 4Shared – a Real Dilemma

Oct 29, 2012 0

Up until a few years ago people had managed their data backups and computer files storage manually. They had to purchase an external hard-drive or a USB, copy their files and update them frequently to make sure nothing gets lost or neglected. Since the remote online storage services appeared, more and more users have adopted the advanced cloud backup technologies conducted by companies such as SugarSync, Dropbox, 4Shared, Google Drive and many other. Those companies have kept developing and made a huge progress launching the sync feature. This feature, actually, free us all from the tiresome responsibility of backing up new materials to all the different devices we use. ...

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SugarSync vs. Dropbox – a Brief Comparison

Oct 3, 2012 0

Online cloud storage technology has solved storage, backup, accessibility and sharing issues to both private and business sectors. The possibility of saving all files in a secured location, independent of specific hardware, has given users the freedom to access their files and have them synced from any device, share them with other internet users, and never again worry about losing data or stressing out by the constant need to back up any changes and additions made. SugarSync and Dropbox are two online cloud storage giants, with millions of users each year. Both companies offer similar features, what makes it harder to choose the one, more suitable to the individual needs. SugarSync has some extra features and elements, but then again, if you do not need them, maybe it is better leave things simple and minimal rather than struggle with additional choices and definitions. ...

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iCloud vs. Google Drive:

Oct 1, 2012 0

Save Yourself Time and Money; Learn The Advantages and Drawbacks and Make an Educated Decision. The competition in the cloud computing field is on the rise. After companies such as SugerSync, Dropbox, Amazon cloud and SkyDrive have established their reputation in the market, two giants, Apple Inc. and Google, decided to roll up their sleeves and join the battle field. All cloud storage and computing services operate over a network, usually the internet; basically, they allow users to store, backup, manage, sync, edit and share different kinds of data. Users may access files from wherever they are, and through any device connected to the network. ...

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