Cloud Storage

Why Do You Need A Cloud Storage?

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by Joe

With the ever-growing popularity of electronic devices and the ever-growing number of files that we accumulate, it is no surprise that cloud storage has become a popular choice for storing our data.

Whether you are a business owner, a student, or just plain busy, cloud storage can help you manage your files and stay organized.

You might be asking yourself the very same question.

Why do you need cloud storage?

Or at least I did ask the same question before I come to the decision to finally get one.

I’ve got an external hard drive, a bunch of free pen-drive and 2 GB free Dropbox if I really need extra capacity for my data or files. I’m just guessing I’m good with it.

But the problem here are you utilizing your hard drive and pen drive?

I know I’m too lazy to plug in and plug out the external storage device all the time unless I really need to do so. In fact, we do need to double copy and backup our stuff as we all know our computer will fail on us one day.

Great. Dropbox is a good service, very convenient, and backs up my stuff in seconds. But do the 2 GB free capacity enough?

If you need to upgrade, you’ll have to pay a hefty price for extra storage. Well, it may seem like a good start, but I’ll just avoid it for the trouble later on.


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The Reason I Need Cloud Storage

Here are some of the common reasons why I need cloud storage, it might not be applicable to you.

But it is no harm to know a few excuses for yourself too.

In fact, most of the people I met in a discussion forum do share the same pain and experience.

So, I thought it would be good if I can put it down in words. It could be the same case for you but you just haven’t realized it yet.


I’m A Movie Goer & Music Is My Life

I’ve got a whole music collection that I need to be accessible anytime, anywhere, and on any device. Wow, seems like an iPod can solve your problem here.

We are no longer in the era of Steve Job and even the iPod is phasing out.

But wait until you see all these music cloud storage.

These enable you to live stream all your music and movies from the web of your cloud storage.

So, you can just copy all your music and movies collection that you’ve bought into the cloud storage and need not purchase or download from iPod again. If you are still using one of those iPods.


Lazy To Use Any External Storage Device

Well, I’m in this category for sure.

Most of the time, I would just choose not to use any external storage device.

Be it a SATA hard disk, cute pen drive, or burn it onto a CD for backup purposes.

I’m just too lazy to do it. No reason, so please do not ask why.

In this case, I would like to get something that can back up my stuff automatically in the background.

I’ve actually found that service such as cloud backup is pretty reliable.

Believe it or not, I’ve actually tested it and it works like a charm. It does not affect my PC performance yet it can back up my computer and update my stuff automatically in the background.

Well, that’s more into cloud backup rather than cloud storage.


I Need To Access My Work From All Over The Place

During the old-time, I upload my work to email (Hotmail, Gmail) so I can get a copy of those on the web when I’m working my stuff on my PC at the office.

Then when I get home, I would download the things back into my laptop using the email I’ve just sent myself.

I still do the same old trick but only limited to simple tasks.

If it requires a large file, I’ll utilize the syncing function from pCloud.

For a few dollars a month, I believe I can afford them if they can make my job easier.

So, do you need an excuse for your online cloud storage?

Or maybe not?

Maybe you can add a few here by sending us an email and letting us know your thought.


Final Words

Technology is ever-changing and we should always be on the lookout for new and innovative ways to keep our lives easier.

Cloud storage services are a great way to do just that.

By storing your files in a cloud storage service, you can access them from any device that has an internet connection.

There are a variety of different cloud storage services available, so it is important to research which one is best for your needs.

Cloud storage is a great way to store your important files, photos, videos, and other data.

There are many different cloud storage services available, and each offers different features and pricing plans.

When choosing a cloud storage service, it is important to consider your needs and budget.

Some factors to consider include the size of the file storage, the type of file storage, the cost of the service, the availability of the service, and the security of the service.

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Joe
Love to take things apart and kind of a habit. When he is not breaking things, he usually sits in front of his computer and start browsing the web.
Joe