I’m personally a big fan of DropBox and I use it every day to deliver images and work to my clients over the cloud. Since I need to upload, deliver & share very large files Microsofts Sky Drive is not suitable for me (with it’s limit to 100mb uploads), despite it’s whopping 25 GB of free space.
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Very curious to see how Google Drive wil stack up against DropBox…
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I have a hunch that I will continue to use DropBox for images and Google Drive for all the rest because of it’s seamless integration into everything else Google (Google Drive is essentially a revamped Google Docs on steroids) , we’ll see…
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Sorry Google drive but I don’t really feel You when it comes to photos… Too cumbersome to add and manage files and tiff files don’t even show up…
Jpg’s works fine but I do not really work with them for anything else but screen resolution stuff… I will stick to DropBox for images and Google Drive for everything else !