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The Issues that iCloud, Google Drive and Others Face

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 20 November 2012, 03:03 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: At a time when cloud storage is marking its presence in all the fields, service providers are not leaving a stone unturned in luring a majority stake of customers to their cloud-storage.  A recent survey conducted by FixYa highlights some of the major issues that these service providers are facing today.



FixYa is a community based trouble-shooting resource that provides tips and solutions to consumers in order to help them solve problems on 8 million products. About the survey FixYa CEO Yaniv Bensadon said,"Cloud-based file storage is becoming the expected method for file sharing these days, both on personal devices and in the workplace. We hope the FixYa Cloud Storage Report shines a light on these differences so consumers can make an educated decision on which will be best suited for their needs."



FixYa took assistance of its users to come up with five issues that customers are facing with top 5 cloud storage providers; Dropbox, Google Drive, Sugar Sync, iCloud and Box. Here is an excerpt of the survey and its implications. Have a look:



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1: Well My Experience with Sky Drive has been wonderful. If offers 7GB space to start, much better then Google Drive and has support for office live documents.
Posted by:Rajiv - 21 Nov, 2012