Dropbox– Dropbox is one of the best Android apps for those who work online or do a lot of business over the Internet. It’s one of the most popular cloud options out there because it’s simple and easy to use. Many of the Android users already use the Dropbox feature for PC’s to share important information and now, the service has spread among Android devices as well. New Dropbox users get 2GB of free space initially with the ability to move up to as much as 16GB with their referral program. Almost any type of file that is stored on a computer can be saved to Dropbox including documents, pictures, and even videos.
JustCloud – JustCloud service has been dubbed as a “Simply Brilliant Backup Service” from many Android cloud reviewers. Some of the appealing features of JustCloud are easy file sharing and the ability to have a completely synchronized automated backup. With the JustCloud service, the hassles of any flash drives or external hard drives and even a portable storage device is obsolete. JustCloud service comes with 14 days of free trial time and a 3-package option: Home Plan with 75GB, Premium Plan with 250GB, and Unlimited Plan with Unlimited GB storage. Users can upload all file typesdirectly to JustCloud, and even .exe files.
Box – The Box cloud storageapplication is a successful one because of their two main traits– storage size and the ease of use. With up to 5GB available space, users can conceivably store spreadsheets or word processing documents for the rest of their lives. Many users who aren’t particularly familiar with other cloud storage have also reported that the navigation and functionality of Box was very easy to pick up. Usually, users on the Box service are granted a 5GB for free to save documents.
Alistair Barr / Wall Street Journal:
Google Cloud now offering 2TB of free storage for a year to compete with Amazon and Microsoft — With Google Offer, Cloud Storage Gets Closer to Free — Google Wednesday fired another shot in the price wars for cloud-computing services, offering businesses more free storage in an effo ... Source: TechmemeFull article at: Techmeme2 days ago, 10:05am CDT
Microsoft has doubled the amount of OneDrive cloud storage available to all users - it's now 15GB, up from 7GB.Xbox One owners can use OneDrive to upload gameplay footage directly to the cloud, so you can export and access it from other devices.In a new blog post, Microsoft said it had specifically picked 15GB as its data showed that t ... Source: Eurogamer
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Jun 24 2014, 3:26am CDT
Yevgeniy Sverdlik / Data Center Knowledge:
Rackspace introduces bare-metal Open Compute servers that are billed by the minute — Rackspace Intros Dedicated Servers That Behave Just Like Cloud VMs — Seeking to make cloud infrastructure performance more predictable for its customers, Rackspace is lau ... Source: TechmemeFull article at: TechmemeJun 20 2014, 2:00pm CDT
Amazon revealed that the Fire Phone will have free unlimited photo storage through the company's Cloud Drive service.The post Amazon Fire Phone to have free unlimited photo cloud storage appeared first on Digit ... Source: Digital Trends
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Jun 18 2014, 1:42pm CDT
Mega telco hooked up to HDS, Oracle, NetApp ... you name it While Verizon has adopted Amplidata’s Himalaya object technology for its Cloud Storage service, it told The Register that this does not mean it has given up on HDS’s Content Platfo ... Source: The Register
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Jun 12 2014, 6:05am CDT
Rap Genius Rebrands Itself To Genius
After weathering a couple of storms which included the inevitable firing of co-founder Mahbod Moghadam, Genius is rebranding itself to Genius.com - a simpler yet fitting name for its ambitious goal.