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Choosing the Best Free Cloud Storage

  • 25th October 2020
This guide aims to highlight the main things to be aware of whilst evaluating this free cloud storage, this includes what to look for regarding privacy, security and upgrade costs
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Google Drive Review

  • 20th October 2020
Google Drive stands out as a leading cloud service thanks to the generous 15GB of free storage, great desktop software and the built-in suite of productivity apps
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Microsoft OneDrive Review

  • 18th October 2020
With OneDrive, Microsoft have delivered an impressive cloud storage service which offers its users many useful features over and above many other providers
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Dropbox Review – Should you Still be Using Dropbox?

  • 7th June 2020
Dropbox is a well established cloud storage provider with a very generous storage quota and many great features for collaborative working which will appeal to many freelancers and business users alike.
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MEGA.nz Review – MEGA Cloud Storage

  • 28th April 2020
There is no doubt MEGA.nz is one of the best cloud storage operators in the market today, no mater which way you look at it they have all of the tools and security features you could ever need from cloud storage built right in!
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pCloud Review – Secure Storage with Lifetime Plans

  • 26th March 2020
pCloud is a well designed cloud storage service with some great security, usability and sharing features built right in. The inclusion of lifetime licences makes this offering potentially very good value to many!
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Dashlane Password Manager Review

  • 5th February 2020
Dashlane is clearly a very good example of a password manager, not only does it function well but the user interface is very well thought out making it very easy to use.
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