1. kelton's Avatar
    I have been using dropbox, but I'm curious about other options.

    I just bought the $5 premium version of googledocs and am thinking about the $2 Skydrive.

    Dropbox is working fine... especially with Filescout, but would like something more integrated with my email system. That, or something that integrates tightly with Docs2go.

    My faith in Microsoft is becoming renewed, and I would like something that is well integrated in the Windows world.

    Although I am almost all Google right now, I am thinking of transitioning back to live.com and all things Microsoft.

    Does the blackberry Skydrive app have any disadvantages?

    On the other hand... what cloud storage is BEST integrated with Docs2Go?
    08-07-12 07:16 AM
  2. CrackMachine's Avatar
    I have been using dropbox, but I'm curious about other options.

    I just bought the $5 premium version of googledocs and am thinking about the $2 Skydrive.

    Dropbox is working fine... especially with Filescout, but would like something more integrated with my email system. That, or something that integrates tightly with Docs2go.

    My faith in Microsoft is becoming renewed, and I would like something that is well integrated in the Windows world.

    Although I am almost all Google right now, I am thinking of transitioning back to live.com and all things Microsoft.

    Does the blackberry Skydrive app have any disadvantages?

    On the other hand... what cloud storage is BEST integrated with Docs2Go?

    SugarSync is a good option. Cost is similar to the others and it has BlackBerry phone and PlayBook clients. If you decide to use it thank me by using this referral link

    https://www.sugarsync.com/referral?r...eEvent=1407316
    08-08-12 09:47 AM
  3. ngc's Avatar
    I use Dropbox, it works well for me, I already have 16.5gb in my free account... I use it in my 9900, my New iPad and my PC and can access it in any computer I want...
    08-09-12 08:47 AM
  4. Heavy Fluid's Avatar
    Be sure to read the Skydrive TOS. They are VERY strict about what you can and cannot have on your account, and they do look.

    Watch what you store on SkyDrive–you may lose your Microsoft life | WMPoweruser
    08-09-12 09:22 AM
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