What's the catch? There isn't one, save for a few small bugs here and there. Sync any file or folder to the cloud and all your devices.
Latest move underscores an industry in transition -- especially as Microsoft and Google seek to expand their reach by driving down cloud computing prices.
The Dropbox competitor says it can transfer files up to 10 times faster than before, thanks to a home-grown method for easing the strain on overloaded servers.
That's a dirt-cheap price for a three-user backup system, and it includes a Pogoplug Mobile device.
OneDrive for Win Phone 8.1 now supports high-res photo backup; OneDrive for Business gets "doc conversations" feature.
The funding values the company at $1.33 billion, and Box says it's using the money to expand in response to an enterprise-software "revolution."
That's per month, right? Nope: 99 cents for an entire year. And every year after that.
That's not 99 cents per day or even per month -- that's 99 cents for an entire year. And every year after that.
For a very limited time, SpiderOak is offering unlimited cloud storage on unlimited devices for just US$125 per year — but you'll need to be quick.
Google gets more serious about taking on the likes of Amazon Web Services, slashing on-demand rates by as much as 85 percent.