I use Google Drive as my primary cloud and have been since it's inception. Reliability and stability is exceptional, I've been very happy. In addition I also enjoy using Dropbox. For both work and personal these two have been the best.Which cloud storage do you use or recommend? I have a few things in Dropbox but I want to put lots in now.
I use Dropbox and Box - I won't consider any cloud service that does offer two-factor authentication. iCloud does (via AppleID 2-factor), but lacks in almost all other areas as a cloud storage service.Which cloud storage do you use or recommend? I have a few things in Dropbox but I want to put lots in now.
..and just to add for the OP's benefit, if you max out your upload like this for days on end, your download will be severely impacted for the same period.What most consumers do not realize is that their home Internet connections have pitifully slow upstream bandwidth compared to their download speed. although your upstream bandwidth differs with the type of Internet service you have, it can be as low as 1.5-3 Mbps even where your downstream bandwidth is 10 times that.
Thanks for all the helpful replies. Sounds like I should upload sparingly and only a bit at a time, or rent a safe deposit box instead!
Or an App such as Cloud Commander.Yes, using their respective web interface.
Not if you don't also use the Cloud service app to sync the same information. In Dropbox for instance you can do "Selective Sync" and exclude the folder you want to <just> keep in the cloud, then upload via Cloud Commander or the Dropbox web interface.Will it take up memory in my Mac to do so?