Dropbox, found online at Dropbox.com, is a company which promises to provide a secure file storage and sharing system which can be adapted to your specific needs, whether for personal or business use.
Traditional methods of file backup relied on physical items, like discs or external hard drives, which required people to manually backup all of the information they wished to keep secure.
Cloud storage, on the other hand, offers “virtual” file storage. This online storage has no limits on file size and is strongly protected with maximum encryption technology. Online storage also gives you the ability to access your files from any internet enabled device.
This includes mobile devices which have downloaded their app, whether they are Android, Blackberry, or any iOS and Mac product as well.
Dropbox pricing has a wide range, depending on your needs. Dropbox Pro begins at $9.99 per month for 100GB and goes up to $49.99 per month for 500GB of storage. They also offer a business program called Dropbox Teams which begins at 5 users for $795 per year.
They also offer a free service called Dropbox Basic. This allows anyone to use their simplest level of service completely for free, with up to 2GB of storage available. If you are interested in expanding this storage, you can earn more space from them simply by successfully referring new users to their company. You can also upgrade to paid service at any time.
Customers who have questions, issues, or who wish to cancel their service at anytime can either login to their account or contact the appropriate customer service team member. Depending on the nature of your issue or the type of account you have, you must refer to their website to find the right contact information.
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