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Looking for SIMPLE cloud-based file/folder storage

Posted on 2013-12-05
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Hello all,

The operative word here is 'simple'.

I want a place for my clients to save some data on the Internet. We recently had some issues here in town where there was some flooding, and some offices weren't accessible (and were without power). One challenge was that there was difficulty getting things like staff home numbers, contact info for suppliers, business info because they were all stored on the servers at the office.

I don't want to make too big of a production about this, just a basic site to login to that would list off a bunch of PDFs, spreadsheets, whatever.

I am aware of Dropbox, Google Docs, Anchor and a variety of other cloud based ones. I am just looking for simple, basic, non-syncing.

Is there such a thing still?

TN
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Esteban Blanco earned 500 total points
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I use SkyDrive and it is great.  Simply love it.

That would be my recommendation.  Storage is cheap and it's reliable.
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dropbox, you dont have to use sync.

or messenger pidgeons.
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