Funny how history repeats itself. Remember like 10 years ago when these online storage sites were so popular. Eventually a fee of some sort needs to find its way in. A bit of a different ball game these days with cell phone integration but eventually someone is going to have to start charging for this service. You cant just give away badnwidth for free forever.
Acidbaby (rep: 6.8k) posted Apr 26, 2012
I agree, Acidbaby. I think they hope to convert a percentage to their higher tiers where they charge a fee but I wonder if they convert enough to make it worth their while. Another statistic I'd like to find is how many many business customers any of these have and the revenue as well. I've not heard of any of these storage vendors filing for a multi-billion dollar IPO :)
erick99 (rep: 38.3k) posted Apr 26, 2012
i use google drive, dropbox, skydrive, i guess..and amazon cloud. i used to use another one called xdrive back in the day too.
i always thought box was pretty good..but didn't sign up for it since i'm already with a bunch of others. the one i've used the most so far is dropbox..but that's only because skydrive is still new and google drive is really new..amazon i rarely use...for storage space, that is.
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