Dropbox Not Syncing and has been experiencing outages and interrupted service. According to Dropbox, they were in the process of upgrading some servers when they experienced several issues. The bad news is that when offering a service and you are experiencing downtime this will cause some of your users to check out alternatives.
After long downtime and interrupted service, Dropbox is finally working however what cloud competitors are there in the market?
So since everyone is having problems with Dropbox Not Syncing, here is a quick list of the competitors.
OneDrive (SkyDrive) – https://onedrive.live.com
PROS – OneDrive opens and edit files from OneDrive in Microsoft’s other applications, such as Word or the Photos app. Since OneDrive is closely tied with Office, it’s a good choice for anyone who uses Office frequently.
CONS – In order to use OneDrive, you must sign up for a Microsoft account, which gives you access to Outlook, Xbox Live, and other Microsoft services. Whether or not you want all those extras is up to you.
Google Drive – https://drive.google.com
PROS – Google Drive requires very little setup and it is easy to save attachments from your e-mail directly to Drive.
CONS – You can organize files and photos in Google Drive but there is no way to automatically upload photos from your phone. Google has an Auto Backup feature which sends your photos to your Google+ profile.
Box – https://www.box.com
CONS – You can sign up for a free individual account on Box however there is an endless list of sharing and privacy features. Features can be overwhelming to navigate the Box Web site if you’re only trying to manage a few files and folders.