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Google Drive: 10 Alternatives To See

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.
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Backblaze should play well with the set-it-and-forget crowd: It offers continuous, unlimited backup for $50 per year, per computer. The tab for larger organizations could run up quickly, but SMBs that want to automatically back up everything without specifying particular files, folders, or drives--and without worrying about how much stuff they have--might find the price tag is worth it.

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3/11/2014 | 5:25:15 AM
Google Drive: 10 Alternatives To See
I agree with Oogwave (http://oogwave.com/)! After a lot of checking, I decided to use this tool and it's been six months using this tool. User friendly and easy to learn. A secure platform where we can store and share files.
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6/18/2013 | 3:35:50 PM
re: Google Drive: 10 Alternatives To See
copy is providing 15 GB just for cloud storage. they even are offering 5 GB
referal scheme for both parties.

use this link to get 5 GB extra; https://copy.com?r=K7Zhlk
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Guest,
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6/18/2013 | 3:32:30 PM
re: Google Drive: 10 Alternatives To See
copy is providing 15 GB just for cloud storage. they even are offering 5 GB
referal scheme for both parties.

use this link to get 5 GB extra; copy.com?r=K7Zhlk
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