No one likes to think about the possibility of losing their data. The average person has a 33%chance of losing data whether it’s because of a virus, faulty hard drive, or simply human error. Fortunately, with cloud technology, backing up your data is easier than ever. The hardest part may be deciding which cloud service to choose.
Three of the most popular options include Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive. All three oﬀer cost effective, consumer-oriented solutions with enough capacity to store all of your critical ﬁles. The question is, how do they compare? We’ll take a look at their performance, pricing, and platform availability to help you decide which cloud drive is right for your situation.
Amazon Cloud Drive vs. Google Drive vs. Microsoft OneDrive
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