Google Drive: 10 Alternatives To See
April 27, 2012 11:20 AM Dropbox, Box, iCloud, and now, Google Drive, have the most familiar names. But many alternative services satisfy a variety of storage, backup, and file-sharing needs.
Smaller businesses that want to pay for storage rather than for users will like Carbonite's flat-rate pricing. Their BusinessPremier plan, for example, offers 500 GB for $599 per year, with no limit on the number of computers or users. It also includes support for NAS, external hard drive, and Windows Server backups. Storage can be added in 50 GB increments beyond that; that said, Carbonite's really going after individuals and smaller business environments; large enterprises and SMBs anticipating explosive growth may want to look elsewhere.