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External Review References
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pCloud Reviews
Google Drive Alternatives: 10 Best Cloud Storage Services
Now coming to the flexibility part, pCloud allows you to choose between different storage plans and its plans start at prices as low as $3.99/month for 500 GB of storage. You can also buy “pCloud Crypto” separately which brings the same military grade encryption with zero-knowledge-protection as provided by Tresorit. Considering the fact that pCloud is a Swiss company, its...
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The quest for a more secure Dropbox alternative
pCloud has an interesting advantage: Data on the virtual disk cannot be accessed until you enter the password. That means if you lose your laptop, a person who finds it will not be able to access the files stored in the cloud. The pCloud mobile app lacks the grace of Dropbox, but it is quite functional and allows you to automatically download pictures, share links to files,...
SugarSync Reviews
THE BEST ONLINE CLOUD STORAGE PROVIDERS
SugarSync cloud storage promises secure backup, syncing, and sharing of photos, documents, music, and movies across computers and mobile devices. It was launched in 2008 in San Mateo, CA. Now SugarSync has millions of users worldwide. It is associated with brands like BestBuy, Lenovo, SanDisk, France Telecom-Orange, and Korea Telecom. SugarSync offers a generous 30-day free...
Google Drive is not for everyone, so try these alternatives
SugarSync SugarSync is the old-fashioned, super-feature-rich, ultra-flexible store and sync service. For individual users, it has a feature set that puts Dropbox to shame, and it allows very fine-grained control of what is synced, and to where. You don't have to sync just the system's own folder -- you can sync anything. SugarSync has highly evolved iOS apps, as well.
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