Silicon Valley is straight up giving away online space for all your precious pics. But how do you upload your stuff and make it easy to organize? And could an external drive simply be the best option? Answering these and other photo-saving questions that often crop up.
The companies are using their platforms to push their own cloud services instead of, say, Dropbox or Box. Is this anticompetitive? The lead lawyer in the Microsoft antitrust suit and Box's Aaron Levie sound off.
With one billion Office users worldwide, the newest upgrade to Microsoft's productivity suite could give the company a significant hold on the cloud, which Gartner estimates will become a $149 billion industry by 2015.
We compared the leading cloud storage services—including Dropbox, iCloud, and Google Drive—on per-gigabyte pricing, sure. But there are a few tricks and tools for each service you probably don't know about.
It's what's inside that counts, says Levie, particularly when you run a service that houses the files of thousands of web users. And he describes a few of the core differences between a service like Megaupload and his Box.net.