Cloud Storage Policy Comparison

Cloud storage is quickly becoming the storage preference for personal use and small organizations. One reason for this, is most technology services incorporate their cloud storage within the service they provide. For example, when a person purchases an iphone, an account with icloud is created and the data from the phone is automatically transferred and stored there. This also causes people to have their data stored in multiple locations, because they use multiple services. If this is you, and you are looking to consolidate to one location and are curious about the best solution, here’s a chart comparing the policies and terms of use for the top four cloud services, Dropbox, Google, iCloud, and OneDrive.