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Old 05-01-2012, 04:12 PM
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Old 05-01-2012, 04:50 PM
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I read this twice and am goin for the three count. It is great reading for ole Jim...Thanks...Jim
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I use all three Jim. Between work and home they come in handy. Just installed Google Drive the other day and it is very simple and clean.
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Be sure and read the comment section. Some interesting opinions.
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thanks for the blog sunny it was interesting

I use drop box and find it is great for transferring data & pictures etc between my computer,net book, and phone

I don't use it to back up as I use disks,thumb drives and an external HD for that
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A comparison of Free Cloud Storage Services
Now that the biggest tech companies in the world are taking aim at Dropbox (with Microsoft, Apple, and Amazon all offering their own cloud storage services), we thought we would compare the FREE cloud storage plans that are out there, in terms of how much free storage space they offer, how easy it is to get it raised, and how much you could get in total. We also compare other pertinent factors that could help you decide which one is best for you.

We tried to list all the “good” cloud storage services; however, there were criteria for inclusion on our list, as well as criteria for exclusion (see below for more info on both). Our list eventually encompassed the following: , Dropbox, Skydrive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive , Sugarsync, Glide , CX (Cloud Experience), Memopal, Safecopy, Mimedia, Teamdrive, HiDrive, Comodo Cloud Storage, Spideroak, MegaCloud, Wuala, and Synplicity.

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