Everyone seems to be giving out free Cloud Drives now.
Here is a list of free providers:
DropBox gives you 2 gigs of free space, but they give you 500 megabyte more space for each friend you invite. 50 gigs is $9.99/month or $99.00/year, 100 gigs is $19.99/month or $199.00/year. Dropbox gives you a folder so that you can sync your information across computers and to the cloud.
Skydrive (Now Onedrive) gives you 7 gigs of free space (used to be 25 gigs), 20 gigs per year costs you $10, 50 gigs is $25 per year and 100 gigs is $50 per year. Very cheap for space. Skydrive doesn't give you a folder to sync to, but you can get a free application called Gladinet which will help you set this up.
Google Drive gives you 5 gigs of free space. You can get 25 gigs of space for $2.49 per month and 100 gigs would run you $4.49 per month. Gives you a folder so that you can sync your information across computers and to the cloud like Dropbox.
Amazon Cloud Drive gives you 5 gigs of space. Amazon Cloud drive gives you a folder so that you can sync your files across computers and to the cloud. Plans cost $20 for 20 gigs, $50 for 50 gigs and $100 for 100 gigs per year.
Box.com gives you 5 gigs of free space. Plans are 25 gigs for 9.99 per month, 50 gigs for 19.99 per month.
What is the largest file I can download to these services:
Dropbox: 300MB on website; no limit on desktop ( I am sure it would top out at some point)
Amazon Cloud Drive: 2GB
Google Drive: 10GB
Box.com 1GB for 25 gig and 50 gig plans and 25mb for free plans
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