Sprint and T-Mobile have been pushing regulators to approve their proposed merger for a year, and it looks like the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is falling in line. Commissioner Brendan Carr and chairman Ajit Pai have both signaled their support on Twitter. That just leaves the Justice Department standing in the way of T-Mobile gobbling up Sprint and all its yummy spectrum.
With our busy lives and everything mobile it’s difficult not to need some type of cloud for your data. It does not really matter whether it is photos or documents, cloud backup could not only save you from a disaster, but allow you to access those files from anywhere.
It does not matter whether you’re using windows/IOS/Android/etc… we all need mobility as well as security. There are a lot of free and paid cloud storage options for everyone. Remember you do not have to use just one either, you can use as many as you need. They all offer some different features as well as usability, so you could try them all to see what best fits you.
Here are some of the popular options:(In no particular order)
Microsoft OneDrive – 15GB* of free storage and paid storage options
Access your photos and files from almost anywhere, store them, and share them.
Google Drive – 15GB* of free storage and paid storage options
Get access to files anywhere through secure cloud storage and file backup for your photos, videos, files and more.
Dropbox – 2GB* of free storage and paid storage options
Store, synchronize and share files online with public access.
Box – 10GB* of free storage and paid storage options
Box offers secure content management and collaboration for individuals, teams and businesses, enabling secure file sharing and access to your files online.
*Free storage amounts will change, this is correct as of writing this post.