I would highly recommend Sync.com not only for private users but also for business users, who need a cloud service which has both backup and syncing.
Sync has a separate folder, called the ‘Vault,’ where all files that are to be backed up, are kept, and they can then get directly uploaded from the desktop or web apps.
Though with the web app, you won’t get any extra features apart from uploading and downloading.
But the desktop app is deeply embedded with Windows OS, just like Dropbox, but keep in mind that the Vault folder is not accessible on the desktop.
You have to open the web app for it.
But, the good news is that you can move files directly from the sync folder to the Vault.
Why We Like it
Sync.com gives 5GB of free storage to all users, and there is no time limit on that, it’s the free plan.
Security is a major selling point for Sync.com since it’s a zero-knowledge platform.
A user can select from robust and anonymous encryption options, and there’s 256-bit encryption both on local machines and servers.