In this era of electronics, technological breakthroughs are plenty and rampant. One of the most fascinating trends observed over the past decade was the gradual shift of data storage units from offline physical storage to the online cloud computing services.
Cloud computing has been talked of so highly in the recent years, and has proven to be such a useful asset, that nearly every known brand in the cyber world has come up with its own platform. One of the major cloud service providers happens to be Amazon. The multimillion dollar initiative, though arriving with a reputation, fails to make a mark on consumer based review platforms.
For starters, the Amazon cloud service offers each of its users a 5 GB initial cloud storage space, with options to lease more. The high lease prices and the allegedly sluggish service has, however, failed to register a mark among the model day cloud users.
What, then, is the better option, if any? UCWeb’s entry into the cloud computing world has been quite remarkable, both in terms of the expectations it brings with its name, and the product it plans to lay out in the market. The UC Drive, now coming as an independent service for every user who wishes to employ UCWeb in the endeavor to keep their data easily accessible and secure, has a lot to offer.
For starters, it offers more free storage space than any of its rivals: a whopping 20 GB on cloud free of costs. It enables the users to save downloadable contents to the Drive without occupying device storage. Users can also avail large storage capacities of up to 500 gigabytes for only a little amount.