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10 top file-sharing services: Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, and more

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  1. Online Sync and File Sharing
    Pricing:
    It’s nearly impossible to talk about Box without mentioning Dropbox (and vice versa), as the two are frequently pitted against each other. Box has always been geared toward businesses and enterprises, while Dropbox used to be largely focused on consumers and SMBs. But both services now include enterprise collaboration features and cloud content management via integrations with Google Workspace, Microsoft 365/Office 365, and many others, along with enterprise-grade security and management options.

    #Cloud Storage #File Sharing #Office Suites 28 social mentions

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    Box

    Box offers secure content management and collaboration for individuals, teams and businesses, enabling secure file sharing and access to your files online.
    Additional features with business plans: Built-in integrations with Slack (as well as Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace), plus 1 additional enterprise app integration; Box Sign (unlimited e-signatures via web app); Box Relay (workflow automation); data loss protection; two-factor authentication; SSO; Active Directory integration; other user management features. Higher-level plans offer additional enterprise app integrations; HIPAA/FedRAMP compliance; document watermarking; AI-powered threat detection; more.

    #Cloud Storage #File Sharing #Content Collaboration 92 social mentions

  3. Access and sync your files anywhere
    If you’re already invested in the Google ecosystem, Google Drive is a no-brainer, since it integrates with Google’s productivity apps, such as Google Docs. Even if you don’t use other Google services, Google Drive is worth considering, as it gives users 15GB of free storage (shared with other Google services). Its rates are also competitive — 200GB costs individuals just $30/year.

    #Cloud Storage #File Sharing #Encrypted Cloud Storage 2 social mentions

  4. Secure access, sharing & file storage

    #Cloud Storage #File Sharing #Encrypted Cloud Storage 1 user reviews

  5. Secure file sharing and sync
    ShareFile, which Citrix acquired in 2011, creates a custom file-sharing site for your business, so you can share files easily with clients, partners, co-workers, and others. For example, your accountant might use ShareFile to securely share tax documents with you. The service offers lots of compelling features and tools for business users, including workflow management, document collaboration, e-signatures, and integration with Outlook and Gmail.

    #Cloud Storage #File Sharing #Office Suites 1 social mentions

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    iCloud is cloud service done right. It stores your music, photos, apps, calendars, documents, and more. And wirelessly pushes them to all your devices.
    Anyone who owns a Mac, iPhone, or iPad likely already has the free 5GB of online storage via iCloud that comes with the creation of an AppleID, and those users can share folders and documents with other iCloud users. Although Apple does offer an iCloud app for Windows, it’s likely that this mainly benefits Apple users who also use a Windows PC; we don’t really see people who are primarily Windows users signing up for an iCloud account to use the service, particularly because iCloud does not have an Android app. Android device users could access iCloud via the web app, but they would likely use Google’s online cloud storage to back up their photos and videos anyway.

    #Cloud Storage #File Sharing #Encrypted Cloud Storage 754 social mentions

  7. MediaFire is the simple solution for uploading and downloading files on the internet.
    Today’s world of file sharing offers nearly endless options. Giants like Dropbox, Box, Google, Microsoft, and Apple, as well as smaller companies like MediaFire and Tresorit, all offer online cloud storage options that include file sharing, synchronization across multiple devices, and collaboration features. Once you have uploaded a file to one of these services, file-sharing is as easy as clicking a “share” button and then sending the link to a colleague via email. While most offer desktop and mobile applications, users can also upload, store, sync, and share files via a web browser.

    #Cloud Storage #File Sharing #Business & Commerce 10 social mentions

  8. Share Files & Collaborate on Creative Projects with Hightail

    #File Sharing #Cloud Storage #Project Management

  9. SugarSync is a cloud file sharing, file sync and online backup service that is simple, powerful and easy to use. Get a 30 day free trial!

    #File Sharing #File Sharing And Backup #Online Backup

  10. Encrypted cloud storage for your confidential files. Using Tresorit, files are encrypted before being uploaded to the cloud. Start encrypting files for free.
    Today’s world of file sharing offers nearly endless options. Giants like Dropbox, Box, Google, Microsoft, and Apple, as well as smaller companies like MediaFire and Tresorit, all offer online cloud storage options that include file sharing, synchronization across multiple devices, and collaboration features. Once you have uploaded a file to one of these services, file-sharing is as easy as clicking a “share” button and then sending the link to a colleague via email. While most offer desktop and mobile applications, users can also upload, store, sync, and share files via a web browser.

    #Cloud Storage #Encrypted Cloud Storage #File Sharing 23 social mentions

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