Both Bitcasa Drive and Copy.com are shutting down in May. These aren’t the first cloud storage services to shut down and leave their users hanging, and they likely won’t be the last. If you’re wondering where you should put your data after they’ve closed, you’ll be happy to know that there are many suitable alternatives to these services.
Dropbox and Amazon are very different competitors in the cloud storage market. Dropbox started as a consumer cloud service in 2008, gained popularity, and eventually branched out to become one of the most ubiquitous business-class cloud and collaboration drives in the industry.
They were one of the first, and continue prove themselves with a solid feature set despite the entry of dozens of major competitors.
Amazon Cloud Drive recently added new pricing, features, and storage plans. The service now seeks to challenge OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox in the increasingly competitive cloud storage market. Is this a service you should consider to store and back up your files? We’ll take a look in this in-depth review.