External Review References
These are some of the sources we've used to compare Wuala and SpiderOak
Google Drive is not for everyone, so try these alternatives
Wuala Wuala was once an independent cloud storage provider, but it was acquired by the hard drive vendor LaCie, and the product is included with some of the company's drives now. Wuala has a unique proposition, though: Its data is all hosted in Germany, Switzerland, and France, where privacy regulations are stricter; it would be, theoretically, harder for a government to get...
Why switch to Tresorit from SpiderOak?
Unlike SpiderOak's one-direction sharing (ShareRoom), you can easily collaborate with others by working on files in shared folders (tresors). Unlike SpiderOak, we never store files in plaintext.
The quest for a more secure Dropbox alternative
One of the oldest security-focused services for storing and securing files, SpiderOak ONE shows its age. Its major flaws are a somewhat bleak and slow application for desktops and a quite unintuitive interface that combines features of backing up and storing files. Some advantages of the service include the “endless” change log and flexible settings for sharing.
Four Awesome File Sharing Alternatives to Dropbox
Remember the Dropbox security breach that resulted in millions of user accounts with no password authentication? Even after fixing the glitch, the breach ate into the trust many users had in the company. SpiderOak, Edward Snowden’s file sharing service of choice, boasts of one of the most robust encryption protocols of any cloud storage service. This service pays utmost...