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Cloud storage users share pros and cons of leading services

James A. Martin | Sept. 23, 2014
Today's cloud storage/file-sync space is constantly evolving.

Varonis DatAnywhere

DatAnywhere promises to turn your existing file server into a private cloud for mobile access, file syncing and sharing, without file size and other limitations. It works on Windows, Mac, iOS and Android and is free for up to five users. Paid plan pricing isn't listed on the company's site. A perpetual license begins around $6,000 for 25 users (a one-time fee) and includes unlimited data.

EMC Syncplicity

Syncplicity is an enterprise collaboration/file-storage/sharing service that promises robust security features, including single sign-on (SSO) with Active Directory or any SAML-based authentication system; Active Directory synchronization for user provisioning and de-provisioning; AES 256-bit encryption for files in transit and at rest; remote device wipe; and more.


IDrive's Pro Personal combination backup/cloud storage plan costs $59.50 per year and includes 1TB for backup and 1TB for regular storage/sync. You gets 5GB of free storage. IDrive promises "military grade" 256-bit AES encryption.


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