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It's likely that all of us use a cloud storage service such as Dropbox, Box, SugarSync, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, iCloud or others.

PC Magazine (24 February 2016) The Best Cloud Storage and File-Syncing Services for 2016

I happen to Dropbox. We have a 5TB account (though we "only" have used 1.5TB. I am a packrate

While you can get a $120/year plan, we're on the $499/year plan.

Since I work from at least three locations - home, office and traveling - I place all our files in Dropbox so that they are accessible everywhere.

Plus, it's a great way to share files. For example, Animamos, placed 35 marketing videos in our shared Dropbox this week.

Plus, Vimeo and Dropbox are linked. So, it takes less than 10 seconds to upload the videos to the We Get Around Referral Network Vimeo Channel.

I keep a mirror of of a subset of our Dropbox on my computer.

Dropbox has a great way to earn free storage. That's how they got me hooked years ago.

Which cloud storage plan do you love and adore?

Got a different tool that Matterpeeps should use? Please start a new thread.

Best,

Dan
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I use Dropbox Pro where you get 1TB storage but I also use this program, www.fotosizer.com to resize my photos. When I shoot in RAW, they are 13-20MB and after they are resized, they are typically around 1MB. HUGE difference and way easier for the REA to download them as well
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I love Dropbox. Synchronization of files works so much faster for me than other programs like Google Drive.
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Dropbox as well. I have the unlimited plan at CA$17 per month (2 months free if you pay for 12 months up front)
Same as Dan, I love it. I have my work product on there plus I use it as a hard drive backup incase my main or physical backup fail.
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Dropbox is what I have used for years as well.
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I've found that carrying around hundreds of floppy disks is both the most convenient and secure way to store my photos, videos, and Matterport Tours.
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LOL
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LuisBrilanti private msg quote post Address this user
Better than any other service and for free up to 2GB transfer.
If you decide to go with the pro version you get 100 GB storage and transfers of up to 20GB
https://www.wetransfer.com
Super fast upload plus you get email confirmation when your customer downloads the files.
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