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Old 12-22-2011, 07:09 PM
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I use the both of them. Dropbox free account offers only 2GB of storage. I use Dropbox for my college work such as term papers, web design files, and presentations. Box offers 5GB of data. I use the 5GB mainly for my business content such as a backup of Technibble Computer Business Kit forms, templates, and apps I use for remote support. Also, Box integrates with Google Apps in which I use for my business. Thats why I chose Box. I was wondering if any techs on here utilize either of their services?
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I use Dropbox some, I have about 5GB so far.

I've been meaning to check out Skydrive's 25GB offering sometime.
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I have been testing OurDisk com so far it is working well for a good price.
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Just to add another option, check out SugarSync.
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For me, I use Ketarin to keep my installation files up to data, I then paste the whole folder via ftp to my website. We all have websites, might as well use the storage.
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SkyDrive is great too. Microsoft came back with the service. My school's computer science dept is upgrading to Office 365. So the work can become easier. Dropbox and Box are great. I love their technology.
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I use dropBox for my school projects and to send stuff to friends. You just can't beat the price, FREE!

OldSchoolPC:
You may want to read up on the TOS of your web hosting provider. On most of them nowadays, it's agaist the TOS to store any files which you are not using for your website.

Just a heads up

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We use SkyDrive/MESH, and JungleDisk.
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