Cloud Storage

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Dropbox is a cloud storage service that is frequently used for file sharing and collaboration. The ‘X’ factor is the app thats installs on your desktop AND tons of apps integrate with it.


Google Drive allows users to store files in the cloud, share files, and edit documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with collaborators. It pairs flawlessly with Gmail – that’s a plus for me.


Backblaze is a low cost cloud backup and storage services. It’s only $5 a month, and it will take a backup of your computer and store it in the cloud. If you have a mac, use Time Machine instead.

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