Articles in Category: Cloud Services
Knowing how you use online storage will help you choose the correct provider with the correct set of features at an appropriate price.
OneDrive is a surprisingly powerful service that many people overlook or don’t understand. I’ll review six ways you can leverage OneDrive.
What happens when a major cloud service goes down, and what’s the takeaway?
OneDrive has both free and paid offerings.
The “Always keep on this device” feature has misled people into deleting and losing important files. Here’s why, and what to do instead.
OneDrive tries to make it easy to back up important folders, but at the cost of making some things very confusing.
Video break-up on video calls and conferences is common. There is one common culprit, but it can be difficult to diagnose.
Cloud storage is ubiquitous, convenient, and BIG. There are options if OneDrive is too big for your hard drive.
All cloud data threats boil down to one of two things. I’ll review them and lay out what you need to do to keep your data is safe in the cloud.
There are a couple of ways to delete files from OneDrive without deleting them from your PC: move them or stop using OneDrive.
As security compromises seem to happen regularly, many ask, “Is using the cloud safe?” It’s as safe as you make it.
Yes, OneDrive could get hacked. So can any online service. The real question is, how likely is it, and are there other things we should be worrying about instead?
Online document conversion services can be safe, or they can represent a real privacy risk. I’ll look at the options.
Cloud computing is the latest buzzword for something we’ve been doing for a long time: using applications that live on the web instead of our PCs.
I’m slowly switching to OneDrive because I realized there was a fundamental difference between Google Docs and Microsoft Office Online.