One of the most critical aspects of a sensible backup strategy is the selection of backup storage. From Google Drive to a private Minio server, the range of options is truly infinite. Some of those storage services, however, come with limitations that force you to examine professional-grade choices. Continue reading
Dropbox is the best-known cloud storage provider and the first name that comes to most people's minds when searching for a cloud-based storage solution for business.
Yet there are disadvantages to using Dropbox for Business, such as Dropbox's storage limits and its cost.
Fortunately, the cloud storage market is crowded, and there are many Dropbox alternatives for business. This article discusses several other tools for cloud-based file storage and collaboration. Continue reading
Microsoft OneDrive for Business is an online storage solution, with licenses starting at $5 per month. It makes sharing and collaborating on business files easy, with access available from all devices, powerful search tools, and advanced security features for maximum data protection.
Any user of Microsoft Windows 7 needs a proper backup system to avoid data loss in any case. Since Microsoft offers OneDrive client for Windows, you may want to use it as a cloud backup tool and storage. But it is necessary to understand the difference between cloud backup and cloud sync.
In this article we will explain this concept and show how to backup and restore Windows 7. Continue reading
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 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’ve made cloud storage comparison to help you decide which service can meet your needs.
We are glad to announce the release of CloudBerry Backup v5.4. One of the most requested features from our users is support of Microsoft OneDrive for Business. Thankfully, it is now fully supported and can be utilized in both backup and restore plans.
CloudBerry Explorer for Azure has been updated to expand the list of available cloud storage solutions. Namely, Microsoft OneDrive for Business is now supported.
Updated on 6/27/2017
We continue discovering cloud storage services. Recently we published an article about Microsoft OneDrive and Azure services, and today we will explore and compare the three most popular cloud drive products: OneDrive vs Google Drive vs Amazon Drive.
What is Microsoft OneDrive
Being a built-in feature of the latest Windows systems, OneDrive does not require anything else to install. Its client app starts synchronizing as soon as the user is authenticated with the Microsoft account. The product is deeply integrated with MS Office suite and it simplifies saving of documents directly to the cloud.
Since Windows-based solutions are so popular all over the globe, Microsoft is naturally interested in providing its users with native cloud storage tools for their data. You must have already heard about two of them: OneDrive and Azure Storage. In this article, we will explore their differences and try to find out which one is better.
CloudBerry Explorer is an easy-to-use tool that will allow you to access and manage your OneDrive storage as well as synchronizing files and folders between your computer and OneDrive.
This post explains how to sign up to OneDrive storage and start with CloudBerry Explorer to manage your OneDrive files. Continue reading