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Unlimited cloud space provider

I'm currently considering opendrive and backbaze, anyone's used it before? How is it?

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As long as you pay they work.

Once in a while some will complain about the cost. The reason these can be unlimited is you pay for them. So as your storage or transfers increases so does your fees.

As to your how is it, there is not much to write about here. These are utility type services. Pretty boring.

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It just confuses me

That Dropbox Business (unlimited space) does not support Google Drive integration.

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I can see why.
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And also

security level concerns me as well

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