Cloud Storage Breakdown The Professor March 14, 2014 Professor's Tips Cloud storage by definition is “the storage of data online in the cloud”. You can store data in the cloud and access it anywhere, anytime, and with any device: smartphone, tablet, or computer. The ability to have access to any of your documents is a great relief and convenience. It can also serve as a dependable back up system for incidents where you may have lost all files. Like anything in life, you have many choices and it can be overwhelming when having to make your final decision. Below are some of the most recommended sources to help you decide. Google Drive Keep in mind your Gmail account does take up some of the initial free space in your Google Drive. Size Monthly 15GB FREE 100GB $1.99 1TB $9.99 10TB $99.99 Dropbox With Dropbox they give you the option of paying monthly or yearly. When paid yearly, you end up saving 17%. Size Yearly Price Monthly breakdown 2GB FREE FREE 100GB $99 $9.99 200GB $199 $19.99 500GB $499 $49.99 Copy With Copy, you are able to have up to 5 users for free when compared to the other services that do charge for additional users. When you do add more storage space you will pay yearly but you can see the monthly breakdown below. Size Yearly Price Monthly breakdown 15GB FREE FREE 250GB $99 $9.99 500GB $149 $14.99 Microsoft OneDrive You don’t get as much space for free with Microsoft OneDrive, but you do get plan upgrade options that may work better for you. They do charge yearly for any additional space. Size Yearly Price Monthly breakdown 7GB FREE FREE 50GB $25 $4.49 100GB $50 $7.49 200GB $100 $11.49 Box Box doesn’t offer many choices, but some people don’t need alot. Size Monthly 10GB FREE 100GB $10 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.