No, I use SkyDrive with 25gb free space, synced with my Windows 8 PC and Windows Phone 7 device, works great – also SkyDrives offers 7Gb of free space for new users too.
SkyDrive havn’t history versionings files, dropbox have 30 days deleted files restore and versioning feature that’s the main thing i like dropbox. I am using dropbox from last 2years i have dropbox freespace around 14Gb
yes. I’ve all my files on dropbox and absolutely love it. btw, You can get ~20gb free space account from fiver..
I use Dropbox all the time, i got 115GB. i use it mainly to transfer mixes and projects to my clients.
Here at Sneek we use dropbox. it makes working on web projects really easy between the three of us
I use dropbox, but not intensively. It’s very usefull for teamwork and other stuff. Between dropbox and google drive I have everything I need for having documents in the ‘cloud’.
@Joost – Having dropbox on University computers would make backing up and accessing files a doddle. I’m not too sure of the process behind implementing a University mass install Dropbox software. In relation, have you heard of the Dropbox Spacerace?
Definitely! Unfortunately at my (non-technical) university, the motivation to participate in these kind of things is slightly.. nonexistant. Tried to rally up the troops, but we’re not going to make it anywhere near the 25GB mark Free 15Gb though, woohoo!
Espicialy their Space Race (we’re 5th).
No. 1 at some point, if I recall correctly?
btw, You can get ~20gb free space account from fiver..
Dropbox space? Or is this an alternative service?