Best user provided review of cloud storage yet…

August 14, 2008 at 9:09 pm Leave a comment

Earlier this week, an articulate and technically savvy end user posted his reviews of a variety of cloud storage services. This happens all the time, but something about this one was different.

It is actually really useful.

Check out Tim Hoeck’s blog and you’ll find that he’s an experienced netizen and a handy programmer. But if check out his post Prevent a disaster, which provides a complete review of four cloud storage services (Mozy, Upline, ElephantDrive, and SugarSync), you’ll realize that this guy understands tech. More importantly, he understands how to explain tech to others.

If you are too lazy to read the whole thing, he provides a detailed breakdown of features and then shares the results of his testing, including screen shots. In the end, he recommends ElephantDrive for online backup and SugarSync for online syncing.

Super work Tim!

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