Cloud storage gives users on-the-go access to the files they need, but the service you choose must fit your business requirements. Ed Bott looks at key selection criteria and lists six top contenders.
Cloud-based storage has a variety of advantages, including increased mobility and more effective collaboration. Storing files in the cloud also means they're backed up and protected in case of hardware failure or user error.
There's no shortage of free cloud storage services aimed at consumers. But businesses have a different set of requirements that consumer services can't fulfill.
In this article, I look closely at six cloud-based storage services, all built with business-class features and price tags. The feature sets are different for each one, but the core functionality is pretty much the same across the board. Your users ...
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