Best Consumer Available Storage Cloud Services


In this post we have selected cloud services available at the moment for anyone to use or try, from trusted service providers and most with generous free options, in no particular order.


Google Drive is everywhere you are, on the web, in your home, at the office and on the go.



Amazon Cloud Drive is your personal hard drive in the cloud. Includes stream music.




Users can create a magic folder in which they can store any number of programs and services.



Good space offered at 7GB free, clearly a good tick for all Microsoft Products Compatibility, Furthermore you can your entire computer.




iCloud is seamlessly integrated into your apps, so you can access your content on all your devices.




Good Sync options and 5GB storage free.


Box is a file-sharing service designed specifically for businesses in mind.




SugarSync allows you to sync anything, not just the system folder. Free 5GB Storage.



Easy and flexible syncing. Allows to bypass the cloud and share folders between two computers. 




Stash is a file synchronization feature that provides Mozy users a simple way to keep their most active data up to date across each of the computers they regularly use and complements the Mozy online backup feature.



All data encrypted on your computer with Wuala.




Share and Sync Your Content in the Cloud. Access particularly large files and folders.




Upload music, stream music. Access is done via hashed one-way password, as a result  if the password is lost then CloudMe cannot retrieve.




A flexible, open source file sync and share solution. Can be installed on own servers as a workstation, or a web client, the ability to have files cloud served securely and managed in-house.




Securely Centralize, Manage & Back Up Files Edit & Share Files Online Anytime, Anywhere Access



Although not free, the cloud free you from the limitations of local storage.




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