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Hal Steger: If You're Going 'To The Cloud', What Cloud Service Should You Use?

Each cloud service has benefits and drawbacks. The trend is that more people are favoring personal cloud services that are easy to use and that support different mobile devices with the most types of data in a single cloud.
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