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To the cloud: OneDrive vs. Google Drive

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cloud computingWhen a group of Microsoft and Google devotees get together, you will hear a lot of “Oh yeah? Well…” Both providers have made recent strides to attract new customers. What’s best for you or your company? Here’s some information to consider.

Cost

Both of these popular cloud solutions are available for free. Someone once said, “If you’re not paying for a service, you are the product, not the customer.” You can certainly see this logic when you consider how Facebook and Google use our data to market to us, but what of cloud storage? Why is it free? Given that both providers do offer other services on a fee or subscription basis, perhaps they hope to win us at this free entry point, then market their fee-based services to an already engaged audience. For example, if you are already a Microsoft Office user and have your files on OneDrive, eventually you may require more storage space. Additional space for both providers is obtaina...(register to read more)

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