How to pick the cloud storage service thats right for you
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Storing your most sensitive files locally on a hard drive is still (and probably always will be) the logical thing to do. But its not always the most convenient, which is why most of us look to cloud storage as a secondary option. It has its own set of benefits: its reasonably affordable, it makes sharing files easier, its ubiquitous across most operating systems and devices, and its just really nice to have a backup when your hard drive dies.
There are several services to pick from, and some of them are pretty similar. While common at their core offerings (to give you copious amounts of space to store files online), only a few go beyond that by giving users more free storage upfront, useful online productivity tools, and the option…