Businesses and consumers are increasingly reliant on cloud based storage solutions instead of in-house, on-premise local storage hardware.
\ Your files are stored in the cloud, which is a simplified view of what is essentially someone else’s infrastructure (data center, server, hard drive, connectivity etc).
Ever since Amazon popularized storage online with S3 (Simple Storage Service), 13 years ago, Google data shows that interest for “Cloud Storage” alone has increased by 40x over the past decade.
So much so that people less frequently refer to it as “online storage”Given the multitude of cloud storage providers out there, one has to wisely choose a provider who will offer the maximum amount of low-cost storage and bandwidth, while still keeping your data safeThis list represents our top picks for cloud storage: most offer a free tier allowing you to see if they’re right for you before handing over any hard-earned cash. And it’s iDrive that leads the way thanks to how fast, thorough and easy to use it is Drive offers continuous syncing of your files, even those on network drives.