iDrive vs Google Drive: Which is best?

In the early days of computing, data was typically stored on a user’s device. Any overflow would generally transfer to an external drive such as a thumb drive (opens in new tab)which means consumers have to invest their money carefully in a device that will last, or pay even more money for additional hardware.

Companies later turned to internal servers en masse, promising access to all data from all computers on the same network. VPNs have changed this somewhat and added better accessibility, but the entire setup to this day is quite expensive and can prove difficult to maintain as it requires dedicated, specially trained staff.

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