14 thoughts on “Not All Storage Services Are Created Equal”

  1. I use a fairly new service called Yuntaa, an online storage, sharing and collaboration service.

    Tried it out when I first blogged about their launch and get used to it rather quickly, although I would argue they havent been around long enough to judge uptime vs downtime

  2. I use .MAC. I use it to back up my address book, bookmarks, email and an occasional file. I also enjoy the benefit of how nicely it plays with all my iLife apps. It hosts the best photo galleries that are created and uploaded in a snap! I could go on and on about Apple, but I’ll stop myself there.

  3. You’d think that the venture capital community could fund more than a few decent commodity storage companies, so that we would have a number of good choices, instead of such variability.

  4. Our company’s product, which doesn’t feature online storage, allows you to transfer all of your files and folders from one PC to another. You can therefore easily share stuff with others, and bypass this whole uploading to an online service deal. The advantage is that you don’t have to pay and it’s easy to backup all of your important files and folders on another machine. The disadvantage is that if both PC’s were to get stolen, you lose your data!


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