Storing your most sensitive files locally on a hard drive is still (and probably always will be) the logical thing to do. But it's not always the most practical, and therefore most of us see shooting as a secondary option. It has its own set of benefits: it's affordable, it makes sharing files easier, it's ubiquitous across most operating systems and devices, and it's just very nice to get backup when your hard drive dies.
There are several services to choose from, and some of them are quite similar. While it's common in their core offerings (to give you plenty of space to save files online), just a few go beyond it by giving users more free storage in advance, useful productivity tools and the ability to expand storage well over 1
If you have a Google Account, you also have 15GB of free disk storage on disk that never expires. What you choose to back up is obvious to you, but Drive works particularly well with documents, allowing you to collaborate in real time and edit in plain text, spreadsheets, and presentations. Email and other files received through Gmail count towards your storage, but you can keep more than 15GB of storage space for use.
For some, Drive's tools, such as Documents, Sheets and Slides, completely delete the need to pay for a Microsoft Office license. The mileage may vary depending on whether you are a power user, but in addition to just storing images, videos and music, Drive drives the load with additional features stacked on top of the free storage area.
Android users can back up their phone status, including text messages, apps, settings, and call settings, to Drive, which is useful if you ever need to reset your device.
Apps ]: Google Drive is available as an app on iOS and Android, and it's easy to access, edit, and share files with others. On the desktop, you can edit files in your browser, and Google's backup and sync program automatically transfers files (and entire directories, such as your computer's folder) to file storage.
Price to upgrade : Google's new One Service costs $ 1.99 per month to add 100GB of storage to your account. If you need more to store and transfer large files, 2TB is $ 9.99 per month and One works up to 30TB per month for $ 299.99. (If you need 30 TB storage, go to Amazon's drive below.)
Do not be confused with Google One and Google Drive (technical people get very creative with product names) if you have one Microsoft or Outlook account, you want to start with 5 GB of skytholder for free. Unlike Google Drive, OneDrive boot pack only provides storage of Office 365 applications for a paid level.
By paying $ 6.99 per month or $ 69.99 on an annual basis, you get access to 1 TB of storage and the full package of Office 365 apps that enable real-time collaboration with others.
For Windows 10 users, OneDrive is by default embedded in the operating system. It is a good feature for subscribers who minimize the chances of losing valuable documents due to forgetting to back up them. Microsoft is trying aggressively to get you into using OneDrive, which is good for subscribers, but bad for everyone else.
Apps : OneDrive is available on iOS, Android and Microsoft's own Windows Phone mobile OS. If you pay at least $ 6.99 per month, you can access apps like Microsoft Word on your phone and tablet, as well as on your PC or MacOS computer, where OneDrive automatically saves your files.
Price to upgrade ]: If you only want more storage, you get $ 50 per layer. (It's half the cloud storage provided by Google One for this price.) The highest level of service offered is appealing to families with up to six members from October 2, thanks to a recent change: it costs $ 9.99 per month or $ 99.99 annually for 6TB of cloud storage that can be shared in 1TB bits for each user. This tier also gives each user an Office 365 license for use on a computer, as well as a tablet and phone.
If you have an Amazon account, it is possible to use 5GB of storage. For Prime subscribers, Amazon offers unlimited photo storage even at USD 8.99 per month, which gives access to Prime Video, but it does not include shipped shipping and the other myriad benefits.
Unlike Google or Microsoft services, Amazon Drive does not allow you to edit documents beyond renaming them, so real-time collaboration is not of the question here. At the moment, this is just a hidden beam storage solution, which may be all you need.
Apps : Amazon Drive is available as an app for iOS and Android, which gives you quick access to items stored in storage. If you work with macOS or windows, a version of the app works in the same way, but it also allows you to sync folders to automatically load them to the cloud without any user action.
Price to upgrade ]: Amazon offers several upgrades that are competitively priced for Google One. For $ 11.99 a year, you can upgrade your account to 100GB. If you want more, 1TB costs $ 59.99 per year and 2TB doubles that price. If your work requires a lot of filing, Amazon Drive is the way to go, since it offers 30TB of storage for $ 1,799.70 a year compared to Google's $ 3.588 price for the same amount.
Everyone with an Apple ID gets 5GB of iCloud storage, easily accessible on iPhone, iPad or via the iCloud page.
Apple's storage solution is good at basics if you're only keen to save documents, photos and videos. Like Google's service, Apple offers its own Series of Productivity (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) applets to all iCloud users, complete with real-time collaboration across devices.
For some, iCloud's advantage over the services will be that it's dead easy to use and looks like iOS online. Your files and other important information will be sent to iCloud, such as iMessages, Calendar, Reminders, and Notes.
In addition to being an online workplace, iCloud can also save backups of iPhone and iPad, if you ever need to restore the information to a new device. Keep in mind that it will do everything, or much, of the 5GB of free storage you quickly disappear.
Apps : You can find iCloud on iOS devices, such as iPhone and iPad, in addition to MacOS and Windows, although there is no Android app.
Price to upgrade : Pay $ 1 per month will add 50GB to your iCloud account. Apple matches Google One's pricing with the next upgrades that are 200GB and 2TB, which cost $ 2.99 per month and $ 9.99 per month respectively. An additional 50GB in the cloud can be all you need, but when you choose 200GB or more, you can share the data between your family with iCloud's family sharing feature.
You do not find large amounts of storage options here, so you may want to immerse in another service if you have large files to save.
By creating an account on Dropbox, you earn 2GB of storage, the lowest amount given by a great service. While the free level, called "basic", it's only in most respects, allowing you to collaborate in real-time with others in Dropbox Paper, the word processing tool. It is currently limited to text documents, but users at any level can open and edit saved documents via Microsoft Office Web Tools like Word and Excel for free.
If you pay Dropbox for more storage, also a number of features will not be available to basic users. Dropbox Plus users get 1TB file storage, offline file access, and the ability to instantly back up photos and videos taken with the smartphone.
Dropbox Professions increases the capacity of 2TB and adds more features to the top of what you get with Plus. Most especially, you can recover deleted files and change to the mentioned files for up to 120 days. Dropbox can keep your local files updated automatically via Smart Sync, and you can create a Showcase, a theme theme for a group of content that is nicely designed and organized.
Apps : Dropbox is available for iOS and Android, as well as on macOS and windows. Only professional level will allow Smart Sync, which automatically backs up selected folders on your computer.
Price to upgrade : Selecting 1TB of storage and more features with Dropbox Plus tier will cost $ 9.99 per month. Professional adds 2TB of storage to your account to double the price.
Registering an individual account at Box gives you 10GB of storage, which is a good start. Like Dropbox, the box allows natively its users to create text documents that can be edited in real time with collaborators. This cloud storage service also offers the ability to edit text and other types of documents with Microsoft's Office Tool Integration, which is like Google's Productivity Package, but more like the older desktop applications that anyone is used to using.  Handles the basics well, but the paid level is not good enough