Dropbox was the first provider to make the usage of online data storage popular for private users and companies. Since then, several alternatives to Dropbox have emerged — because rival companies quickly discovered the potential of cloud solutions. But what are the best Dropbox alternatives?
Google Cloud web hosting
Fully control where your data is stored at all times
Host static and dynamic websites in the cloud with Click to Deploy or customized solutions. Don't have a domain name or website? Secure your domain name, get a business email address, build your website without code, and set up online ads.
Compliant by design
Google Drive. Microsoft OneDrive. The Internet is one the most effective places for file safekeeping nowadays. The biggest advantage is how it allows users to access their files from anywhere and at anytime if they are hosted online. All you need is a stable connection to the world wide web. It allows you to upload your files online, save them there and access them using another computer, smartphone, tablet, or any similar device. It can be accessed by the same user who uploaded it as well as any other users who have been given the authorization to access it.
You can deploy ownCloud in your own data center on-premises, at a trusted service provider or choose ownCloud. Be confident your data storage and maintenance complies with regulation. Increase security through measures like multi-factor authentication, encryption and file lifecycle management. Give staff an easy, flexible and secure way to share files and folders. Safely involve contacts outside your organization with select documents. Share public links shielded by passwords and expiration dates. Say goodbye to slow VPN connections, unversioned documents attached to emails and shadow IT in public clouds of questionable security.