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Cloud Storage Comparison Chart
Without a doubt Cloudward.net's favorite storage provider, Sync.com offers ease of use, speed, security and at a reasonable price.
By Joseph Gildred — 05 Feb'172017-08-01 00:32:53
A secure cloud storage provider that offers 10GB free with optional private encryption, we recommend pCloud to anyone that needs security and ease of use.
By Eric Bradley — 04 Sep'162017-08-18 00:19:29
Cloud storage thought "out of the box".
Great file syncing service with good backup options. Decent collaboration features. Sometimes a bit slow.
By Mauricio Prinzlau — 03 Feb'172017-06-22 15:07:16
SpiderOak ONE Review
SpiderOak ONE may be the most secure cloud storage provider out there, but it has some weaknesses when it comes to speed and ease-of-use.
By Eric Bradley — 14 Jul'162017-07-27 05:28:52
A solid and highly secure storage provider, Tresorit may be too expensive for the average user.
By Eric Bradley — 11 Aug'172017-08-11 07:23:40
Remarkably flexible cloud storage and collaboration.
Excellent collaboration features through Google Docs. No backup options. Decent file synchronization.
By Mauricio Prinzlau — 14 Sep'152017-06-26 23:58:11
ElephantDrive is a good provider that offers a little of everything but privacy. Read our review for the full picture.
By Jacob Roach — 01 Sep'152017-07-31 22:31:00
Great sense for security. Massive free 50GB storage.
Best solution if free storage is all you want. Great security features. Decent usability and speed, but minor bugs with file sharing.
By Mauricio Prinzlau — 10 Feb'172017-06-22 13:11:23
Cloud storage from Microsoft.
Good for Office 365 and Windows OS users. Comes with too many limitations.
By Mauricio Prinzlau — 14 Nov'152017-07-14 04:31:12
Amazon Drive Review
A massive improvement compared to earlier versions, Amazon Drive has a few too many problems to be considered a truly good cloud storage provider.
By Joseph Gildred — 14 Sep'152017-08-16 06:41:48
Yet another unlimited hybrid cloud option.
New version is an improvement. Many unhappy customers. There much better alternatives out there.
By Mauricio Prinzlau — 01 Aug'162017-07-14 04:31:30
By Eric Bradley — 14 Aug'162017-07-01 05:22:43
A decent service with some sharp edges, MediaFire offers limited functionality at a low price.
By Brian Law — 14 Sep'152017-07-30 23:55:25
Cloudwards.net takes a look at the most famous cloud storage provider out there; it may be the most popular, but is it the best?
By Eric Bradley — 14 Sep'152017-07-14 04:31:48
Good idea turned bad, and now defunct.
Bitcasa started as an infinite cloud storage service, back paddled, cut service plans down, increased prices. Lots of customer complaints. Overall, not recommended.
By Mauricio Prinzlau — 14 Sep'152017-04-27 13:40:17
Crappy cloud service with shiny lures
hubiC is a close-to-defunct cloud hybrid (storage and backup) service that tries to lure users with promises it can't truly deliver on.
By Joseph Gildred — 26 Apr'172017-06-23 12:15:51
JustCloud offers a disappointing experience that could possible turn disastrous. Cloudwards.net recommends against using this service, find out why.
By Brian Law — 04 Mar'162017-07-24 00:29:43
Cloud storage with FTP access.
Cloud with WebDAV and FTP access. Free 50GB online storage, though not encrypted. Abysmal user interface.
By Mauricio Prinzlau — 01 Sep'152017-06-27 00:11:10