Save Data In Online Data Storage Site

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Now it is common for everyone to save data in online. Every laptop or PC has Hard Drive which saves data. But latest Hard Drives are not safe. There are lots of causes for damaging Hard Drive. But the main reason I think it is voltage up & down. Another thing is bad sector which may be happen without any reason. So online Drives are very important for backup offline files as well as online files.

Today I share some best online storage sites which will help you to save data & use them according to your wish.

Windows Live SkyDrive :

It is the service of Windows Live. I guess now you understand it is product of Microsoft.

According to Windows Live SkyDrive,

Store, organize, and download your files, photos, and favorites on Windows Live servers, and access them from any computer with an Internet connection. Share photos and files that you create with your friends, collaborate on documents, or display photos and files that you create for anyone on the Windows Live network.

When you sign in to the Windows Live SkyDrive website with your Windows Live ID, you’ll enjoy these features:

  • Storage. Store thousands of photos and files. The SkyDrive storage meter shows how much storage space you’ve used.
  • Organization. Arrange your files in top-level folders and subfolders that you create.
  • Control. Choose permissions for each top-level folder that you create. Keep your photos, files, and favorites in personal folders so you can keep them private; in shared folders so you can share them with your Windows Live network, your extended network, and people on your contact list; or in public folders so that they can be viewed by anyone on the Internet.
  • Convenience. Keep track of your favorite websites even when you aren’t using your own computer.
  • Flexibility. Move, copy, delete, rename, and caption your photos and files after you upload them.
  • Display. Photos saved as the JPG, JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIF, and TIFF file types display with thumbnail images, and can be viewed by other users on SkyDrive or in an online slide show, if they have the right permissions to view them.
  • Sharing. Share links directly to your folders, files, and photos, or embed your photos and files in your blog or webpage. You can also let people know you’ve added their picture to SkyDrive by adding people tags.

Adrive :

It is another online data storage service. Its motto Revolutionizing Online Storage & Backup. You can save here movies, documents, photos, music.

Here are ADrive Features:

FREE 50GB Online Storage

Cloud Storage

Upload & Store Files

Access Files Anywhere

Share Files

Edit Documents Online

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

ADrive Desktop


Amazon Cloud Drive:

Amazon Cloud Drive is another online storage site. Here all things will be securely stored.

Its features:

5 GB of free online storage

Unlimited access from any computer

Never worry about losing your files again


Dropbox :

It is also good for backup online data.


Breaking news: Recently, Google launched Online Data Storage Service – Google Drive. You can use it too as all the information on Google + (pictures, videos) will be automatically move to Google Drive

So are you using any of these online storage service & if you know any others share it. Have a secured life :)


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Melanie@Medical Answering Service November 3, 2011 at 8:26 pm

Thank you for sharing these additional storage resources. I have been using Google Docs for quite some time and it has thus far met my needs, but I realize it’s limited in a variety of ways and that many of these services provide additional benefits. As I become more mobile I will probably look into something more robust.


Gadgets NewsLine November 28, 2011 at 8:27 pm

Great list of collection, will make a try of it, thanks for the sharing…..
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Barry December 2, 2011 at 1:00 pm

My family members every time say that I am wasting my time here at net, however I know I am getting familiarity every day by reading such nice posts.


Storage January 6, 2012 at 4:04 pm

Hotmail and Gmail both have sky drives that have a good bit of storage that you can access easily. I think Gmail has 8 or 10 GBs of storage and Hotmail has 25 (i don’t know from personal experience) But I would think both would be secure enough and both are free.


sencart January 7, 2012 at 2:40 pm

Your article shows you have a passion for writing and knowledge on the topic.


Jayson May 27, 2012 at 11:13 am

I am using dropbox. This is good to know that there are now alternatives. Google drive is new comer on this business.


Shemul49rmc@How To Tips July 18, 2012 at 5:25 pm

Using Dropbox. Its good, hope to try all of them, but i have to make sure that it is not going to sink..
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Joy@team building August 13, 2012 at 2:05 pm

Thanks Ahsan, I think that my main concern right now is the reliability of these solutions available for our perusal, I’m quite scared that I might end up losing some of my important files so I still make use of my trusty external hard drive to back-up before storing my files online. I’m on Windows Live SkyDrive and although I’m positive that this platform will stand the test of time, I just want to be doubly sure. Thanks for this great share! Great Job!


Kristine August 14, 2012 at 6:03 am

I’m always on the go so it’s a must for me to store my files in such a way that they are well-organized and most importantly accessible.I’m currently on DropBox but I’m still open to exlploring your other suggested storage solution resources. Thanks!


Abhishek@ubud villa August 15, 2012 at 11:13 pm

These additional storage solution resources are so innovative, I use most of the sites you mentioned here and I can attest that they are very convenient to use. Thank you.


Andrews January 4, 2013 at 5:50 pm

However, many people are still unaware there is an alternative to local storage options, or may not realize the limitations of on site backups in the event of fires, floods and theft.

Cool resources!!…


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