iCloud vs. OneDrive: Which is best for Mac, iPad and iPhone users? (free PDF)
Smart professionals know—maybe many learned the hard way—never to keep data in a single location. Although the temptation exists—insidiously alluring with its seduction of ease—to simply store files, especially work in progress, on a Mac desktop or in a local documents folder, phones are lost, iPads are stolen and Mac drives can fail. With such events, all locally stored information is lost and, at worst (if you’re not taking advantage of file encryption and device security features), available to unauthorized users.
Apple iCloud and Microsoft OneDrive provide elegant, cost-effective solutions to the problem and help prevent lost data. The question is no longer whether you should be using a cloud file storage solution, but which one. Find out more in this free TechRepublic PDF download.
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