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Dozens of cloud storage services now compete for customers, luring in new clients with free accounts, extra space, and social-networking rewards. So which option is the best? While there’s plenty of debate over which service to choose, no single choice stands head-and-shoulders above the rest. Each has certain advantages, and you’ll simply have to tinker around until you find the one that works for you.

That being said, if you regularly purchase MP3s from Amazon or iTunes, you’ll probably want to choose the corresponding cloud storage service: Amazon Cloud Drive or iCloud, respectively. Why? These entertainment powerhouses don’t count music purchases you’ve made from them against your storage size limit. Essentially, you can nab free cloud storage for your tunes, which enables music streaming to all your devices 

If you’re having a hard time deciding, or if you simply want to take advantage of as many free accounts on various platforms as possible, there’s always is a single-stop platform for managing multiple cloud storage accounts.


Usage-based pricing
Guaranteed QoS levels
Elastic flexibility
Multi-level data and physical security
One flat monthly rate unlimited uploads, downloads, and replication
No maintenance or technology refresh costs
24x7 availability of your data
No CAPEX costs
 
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Why Choose Cloud Storage?

Cloud Storage lets you store all your files online so you can access them from anywhere at anytime.
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Free Cloud Storage
Unlimited Storage Space
100% Automated
Encrypted And Secure
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Why Choose Cloud Storage?

Cloud Storage lets you store all your files online so you can access them from anywhere at anytime.
Read More
Free Cloud Storage
Unlimited Storage Space
100% Automated
Encrypted And Secure
Access Files Anywhere

Cloud Storage Reviews

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Featured Cloud Storage Articles

Below are some articles to help you understand online backup and cloud storage. Different companies offer slightly different products which all claim to be online backup and cloud storage. But there are some subtle differences which you will discover by reading the articles below. Remember to check out our cloud storage and online backup lists.

Unlimited Online Storage

Whereas most cloud storage providers offer different storage plans from gigabytes to terabytes, there are more providers emerging who offer unlimited storage. Many people find this ...
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What to Look for in a Storage Provider

This really depends on your needs as an individual user as everyone is different when it comes to their cloud storage needs. When looking at a cloud storage provider, the first thing you nee...
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How Much Storage Space Do I Need?

This is a question that only you as an individual can answer. This is because everyone is different in terms of what kind of files they store, download and create. For example, if you are so...
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How Does Cloud Storage Work?

Cloud storage works by creating a link between your computer (and other devices) and a data center. When you back up your data, it is stored on the center’s highly secure servers. Many...
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A.R.E Network Solutions Cloud Storage Network

A.R.E Network Solutions's public cloud, powered by the Cloud Storage Network™, is a fully-managed service designed from the ground up specifically for organizations with expectations of extreme security, reliability and redundancy levels. The Cloud Storage Network is comprised of 7 clustered storage nodes strategically located across the globe to optimize access and maximize data availability.

The nodes are accessible via a single namespace capable of handling billions of files, which means you can write to one location and have access to any one or all of the nodes. You can move data from one node to another for enhanced performance or availability. In addition, if your cloud storage provider is not meeting your contracted SLAs or not living up to your service expectations, you can migrate your files directly to the Cloud Storage Network using A.R.E Network Solutions Sideloader™ without having to pay inbound bandwidth charges.
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