Best Cloud Storage for Linux




Box
Available on:
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Linux
  • Android
  • BlackBerry 10
  • IOS
  • 10 Windows Mobile/Phone
Box offers greater storage, 10 GB online storage to store data on the internet for free. Box provides mobile applications for almost any device: iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone where you can upload or download and share content. Sync client for desktop applications is available in a multi-platform for easy upload files to Box.

The user Box can share all data in a folder or select a specific file that you want to share using links.

Dropbox
Available on:
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Linux
  • Android
  • BlackBerry 10
  • IOS
  • 10 Windows Mobile/Phone


Dropbox is a great service that is pretty reliable in terms of cloud storage. Dropbox offers 2 GB of storage capacity basis for free that can be plus 250 MB if tour of Dropbox and 3 GB if the camera feature uploaded.

Advantage is, Dropbox keep all types of file changes for 30 days, so if it can restore back deleted files stored and want more.

OneDrive
Available on:
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Linux
  • Android
  • BlackBerry 10
  • IOS
  • 10 Windows Mobile/Phone
Formerly called SkyDrive, cloud storage service OneDrive is from Microsoft. All users get free 5 GB (free user previously provided rations 15GB, paid and guaranteed unlimited) when registering to save data on the internet for free.

Application sync available for multi-platform, you can use it to transfer files and folders to OneDrive easily, so that the file or folder above can also be accessed on a mobile device (Windows Phone, BlackBerry, iOS and Android). His mobile applications can also upload a photo or video either.

OneDrive features sharing a file or folder to a user who is not a OneDrive. Permissions can be set to view only or full editing.

Although the storage given OneDrive is smaller than the Box, OneDrive arguably better because data integration Office (Word, Excel PowerPoint &) a much more perfect as editing and collaboration, plus you do not need to install This application if you are a user of Windows Desktop or Windows Phone, because it is the default application OneDrive from that platform.

Google Drive
Available on:
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Linux
  • Android
  • BlackBerry 10
  • IOS
  • 10 Windows Mobile/Phone
For users who always dabbling with Google, it will rely more on Google as a storage Drive. The integration between Google services into a plus here, you will very easily meng-import videos on Google's YouTube to Drive without re-uploading. You also do not need to install Word, Excel PowerPoint to edit Office files, because you can see and edit it directly through the browser via Google Doc.

The downside of Google this Drive, basic storage 15GB for free given Google will be divided into other Google services. Suppose you spend 5 GB to 10 GB of Gmail, then the remainder is split for Google Drive, Google Photos, etc.

A little tip, you do not save the images and video on the Google Drive, because it's going to take a lot of storage. Save on Google Photos with high quality (high quality in terms of Google will compress the photos or videos into a certain size if the file is too large, but Google claims to photo quality compressed video & will be very good with high quality). Because Google offers photo storage & videos without limit (unlimited) If you save it with high quality, which is not the quality of the original (full size), the author himself uses storing documentation for more 85GB photos & videos in Google Photos.

OwnCloud
Available on:
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Linux
  • Android
  • BlackBerry 10
  • IOS
  • 10 Windows Mobile/Phone
OwnCloud is the best online storage can writers recommend.

Instead we use DropBox, Box, OneDrive, and/or Google Drive, just use OwnCloud. With OwnCloud you could make your own proprietary online storage with unlimited capacity.

OwnCloud is free, but you have to spend little capital to be able to install it on unlimited File Hosting or VPS to enjoy unlimited Online Storage service.


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