This might be useful to your computing needs.
50gb of free storage .... when you sign up you can send (two friends or collaborators as they call them) another 50 gb each, to them.
This is the easiest to use for your tablet, iphone, computer, etc.
Easier than the ones I have used, Sugar Sync, Mega, DropBox, SkyDrive or Google Drive, usually you only get 5gb-25gb, .... this is for 50gb ....
Jump on it NOW, .... before this offer closes, .... I'd still use your spam email addy's.
I'll throw out as an alternative that a Pogoplug and a removable hard drive will give you a dropbox like alternative, except everything is stored on your own disk space so you retain control of it. Obviously a bit more expensive though. ;)
Any number of drives can be attached. I have a 1TB, 60G portable and a 32G thumb drive attached to mine. Also the pogoplug and it’s drives acts as sort of an NAS device on your local network. So for the cost of a drive and the pogoplug, one can have unlimited cloud storage with no fees.
A pogo plug can be had for only $20.
Another option for sending files is WeTransfer.com. Free service allows up to a 2 gig file. Not 2 gig of storage, but sending up to a 2 gig file.
Pogoplug is a really different service, you don’t use their storage you use your own storage, just that they sell you the applications to access your data on various devices.
But you can do that without their service and applications as well especially if you have a public IP. You are limited by your upload rate which for many is very low. Where as upload rate of datacenters, data storage services is high.
I dont think anyone would store really personal information unsecured in any cloud. I use Dropbox (26GB thanks to HTC promo) for pictures and such. Important data is in a truecrypt container. Boxcryptor seems to be good, too.
I'm now checking into free online cloud storage with a reasonable amount of storage space (10GB min, the more the better!). What I really like is the ability to integrate within Windows Explorer (i.e. have a mapped drive letter to the online storage). Box.com is at 10GB free storage, Google Drive is at 15GB. Any others I should consider? Should have jumped on this promo back then.