I have written frequently about the various personal cloud services. Of course, so have many other writers. Cloud computing seems to be the hot new thing in computers these days and lots of people are either using cloud services or are contemplating their use.
Do you think you are not interested in cloud services? if so, do you use Gmail or Hotmail or Yahoo Mail or Dropbox or Evernote or Pandora? If so, you are already using cloud services.
Writing in the IT World web site, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols has written a side-by-side comparison of Amazon Cloud Drive vs. iCloud vs. DropBox vs. Google Music vs. Ubuntu One. I thought it was an interesting comparison. If you would like to read the article, go to http://goo.gl/XPK1N.
My thanks to Meredith A. Lane for telling me about the article.
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