Th cloud giants continued their race to get as much user data in their respective clouds as possible. Last week, for example:
- [company]Amazon[/company] made its Zocalo file share and sync service broadly available for $5 per user per month for up to 200 GB of storage (after a month’s free trial);
- [company]Microsoft[/company] worked to make OneDrive a better backend to users of Android devices;
- And Dropbox finally reacted to price cutting by the platform giants by upping the base limit for [company]Dropbox[/company] Pro users to 1TB of storage, up from 100 GB for the same $9.99 per month.
All of this action shows just how addictive storage can be. Vendors figure if they can get your files into their cloud, they can sell you all sorts of other, pricier, stuff.
Sooooo …. don’t be storage smart and cloud silly. As Gigaom guest contributor Praveen Asthana pointed out, storage price cuts are…
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