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Apple adds server-to-server web service requests to CloudKit

Apple's CloudKit framework for automating apps' storage and retrieval of user data "in the cloud" has learned a new trick. Developers can now read and write data in their app's public database from a server-side process or script.

Cloud Computing Becomes A Home For Data Analytics

Analytics -- with its massive quantities of data requiring plenty of processing juice and storage space -- is a natural fit for the cloud. Organizations are still dipping their toes into the possibilities, but this is about to accelerate dramatically. That's the takeaway from a recent survey conducted by IDG and [...]

9 tips to help you fix OneDrive sync problems on Windows 10

When files stored on OneDrive aren't syncing on your Windows 10 PC, it's likely a problem with the desktop sync app, and in this guide, we'll help you fix the issue. Although, Microsoft touts OneDrive as the best cloud storage experience...Show More Summary

JGroups-based clustering and node discovery with Google Cloud Storage

The JGroups messaging toolkit is a popular solution for clustering Java-based application servers in a reliable manner. This post describes how to store, host and manage your JGroups cluster member data using Google Cloud Storage. The...Show More Summary

Box launches KeySafe service for secure storage of encryption keys

Cloud file syncing and sharing company Box today announced the launch of KeySafe, a service that gives companies a reliable way to store the encryption keys for their data. Box is offering two flavors of KeySafe. The first one draws on the CloudHSM service public cloud market leader Amazon Web Services (AWS), which uses dedicated […]

Cheap Cloud Storage — which one saves you the most?

Cloud storage is something ever more useful and ever more popular, but there's also a ton to choose from. Fortunately, most also have free trials, and any storage provider worth its salt is going to give you a few gigabytes of space for free anyway to try to get you to stick around. Show More Summary

Cloud storage service Copy shutting down on May 1

Barracuda Networks has announced that its cloud storage service, Copy, will be shutting down as of May 1, 2016.

Cloud storage service Copy shutting down on May 1

Barracuda Networks has announced that its cloud storage service, Copy, will be shutting down as of May 1, 2016. Barracuda made the announcement on its website, and is currently sending out emails to users to let them know that they have until May 1 to migrate their data or save their files. Show More Summary

Why Microsoft is dropping data centers on the ocean floor

With the demand for cloud storage growing ever-larger, companies that rely on vast data networks are starting to try out some unusual approaches to meet demand. Not only is the need for more data centers only going to increase in coming...Show More Summary

Copy Cloud Storage service’s life ends on May 1, 2016

Barracuda Networks announced plans yesterday to retire its cloud storage services Copy and CudaDrive on May 1, 2016. The company launched the cloud storage service in 2013, in a period when many company launched or improved their online storage offerings. Show More Summary

Copy, CudaDrive cloud storage by Barracuda both shutting down

Barracuda has said that they will be closing down shop in Copy on May 1st, 2016.

Google Compute Engine now offers 64TB of storage for a single virtual machine

Google’s public cloud, which other companies can use to run applications, is now offering virtual machines (VMs) — slices of physical servers — with a lot more storage space than before. As of today, you can assign as much as 64TB of Persistent Disk to a specific VM in Google Compute Engine. “The volume size […] (Barracuda) is shutting down

Suddenly my computer tells me that is shutting down as a cloud storage service. That sucks, since I had a few terabytes of free storage with them. I will now have to seek an alternative. What are your experiences with cloud storage, free or otherwise?

Near-Unlimited Cloud Storage Service Is Shutting Down, the cloud storage service that offered near-unlimited space and huge bonuses for referrals, announced today they’re shutting down on May 1st, 2016—leaving more than a few people with dozens or hundreds of gigs of data to migrate. Read more...

Time Is Running Out On Microsoft's Free 15GB OneDrive Storage, Rescue It Today Or It's Gone

Microsoft may have bit off more than it could chew last year with its over-ambitious free offering of 15GB OneDrive cloud storage subscriptions to Windows users and 15GB complimentary camera roll, in addition to its bulk storage. Not to mention the OneDrive $10 per month "unlimited" storage tier that allowed [...]

Microsoft OneDrive: Free 15GB Storage Tier Ends Today, Find Out How You Can Save Yours

Microsoft has announced that today is the last day to claim 15GB of free space in its popular OneDrive cloud storage program. Storage space in OneDrive became a controversial topic back in November when the megacompany announced that it was ending its unlimited storage option, something that many users thought would last forever. Show More Summary

January 31 is the last day to claim OneDrive's 15GB of free storage and camera roll bonus

If you currently have 15GB of free storage on Microsoft's OneDrive cloud file storage service, and also get 15GB of additional storage if you get the camera roll bonus, you don't have much time to keep those options. Microsoft is allowing those users to opt-in and claim those extra storage amounts until Sunday, January 31.

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