What is a good alternative to Dropbox?
I've considered Pozdy
Samantha Symes Psychologist and Psychotherapist at Pinwheel Psychology
I love google drive..and using more and more google everything.
I also like to use Evernote especially for BDM ideas or general articles, using the Evernote webclipper is really easy and it means you can clip sites and pages as you find them on the net for later reading, follow up or BDM opportunities..great for website ideas also when looking at peers or competitors..
Cassidy Poon Head of Digital & Social Media at LogicalTech Group
Is DropBox Safe and Secure? How Secure is DropBox? Well, security issues with Dropbox is a major concern. Nearly two-thirds of those that move sensitive data to the cloud regard their service providers as being primarily responsible for protecting that data, even though a similar number have little or no knowledge about what measures their providers have put in place to protect data.
Have anyone explore Podzy? Podzy is the world’s first totally secure, client side alternative to Dropbox. It provides enterprises with a private platform for implementing a secure on-premise alternative to Dropbox. Podzy, which offers a file sharing and storage service akin to Dropbox but which is secure, private and hosted on the customer’s premises – has been chosen as the winner in the Tools section of the Victorian iAwards. Podzy will now go forward to compete for the national title against other state winners in the national iAwards.
Scott Yang Founder at OzBargain.com.au
For me it's pretty much Google Drive due to amount of integration my business have with Google's suite of applications. We are all telecommuters in different States, and when we have our meetings it's usually just video linkup via Google Hangout + multiple people editing the agenda / minutes in Google Docs at the same time.
Also consider Box.com which has a nice web-based interface.
Gino Lancaster Business Partner at Red Planet Design ~ Digital Marketing Company
Hi Cassidy..I do use Dropbox and its great cloud storage tool... I also use Google Drive which integrates into Google Apps which I use for my business email. What I like about Google Drive is that you can use it as an editing tool when using Tablets /Ipads, even mobile if you don't mind typing out on small keyboards etc. So you can store all you docs and edit and share within one application..I think Dropbox is more storage and sharing across applications, from what I seen there is no collaboration or editing tools that comes with it...Cheers Gino