On-premise storage is the self-hosted and user-managed cloud solution in which the user creates his own online storage distribution system. In this process, people use their own hosting server/data center to store files and share them.
Probably you know FolderSizes, a Windows app that helps to monitor and manage hard drive space. It’s paid, but if you need to only know what takes your drive space you don’t need to part with your money, there is a free solution for you!
In the world of note taking tools, Evernote and OneNote compete hard. What are their unique features and advantages over one another?
People use cloud to utilize its greater accessibility from wider range of platforms. But which cloud service offers most accessibility features?
Google Keep and Evernote, both provide note taking service. Basically, the main purpose of these two apps is same, but there are still many differences and here I want to show them in a visual way.
Google Keep is a free note taking service. It is available on the Web, Android and also has a Chrome browser extension that works offline.
Copy.com is one of the popular cloud storage brands which provides 15 GB of online space for free to every new user with referral bonus offer. But what makes Copy.com different?
While other rivals (like Springpad) breathed their last, Evernote has gained a strong position in the note taking tools market. What gave it this popularity? There may be several reasons for this. Let’s look at some of them.
Cloudfogger encrypts your files and documents to ensure more security and privacy especially on the cloud. It’s free for non-commercial use.
Boxcryptor is a file encryption tool works with cloud storage services. Boxcryptor can encrypt files stored on cloud or local drive.