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There is certainly no shortage of cloud storage services The Cloud Storage Showdown - Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive & More The Cloud Storage Showdown - Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive & More The cloud storage scene has heated up recently, with a long-awaited entry by Google and a revamped SkyDrive from Microsoft. Dropbox has gone unchallenged by the major players for a long time, but that’s changed... Read More these days. Dropbox first entered the space and took the file sharing world by storm, before Box, Microsoft Skydrive and Google Drive became competitors to the throne. While notably different Which Is The Mobile Cloud Option For You? iCloud vs. SkyDrive vs. Google Drive Which Is The Mobile Cloud Option For You? iCloud vs. SkyDrive vs. Google Drive It seems the cloud is hard to escape these days - both in your daily tech life, and on websites such as ours. Only last week I wrote an article about cloud-based PowerPoint alternatives, the... Read More , even Apple now supports the storage of documents via iCloud How To Save And Share Text Documents Using iCloud How To Save And Share Text Documents Using iCloud iCloud has been most useful for updating email, contact, and calendar data across Mac and iOS devices. But now it includes additional features for document files, for both Apple native and third-party applications. In this... Read More , adding another option to an already crowded market. Well, now there’s another cloud storage service and it’s called Dump Truck.

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Aside from a great name the service claims to be a secure cloud storage solution, with no outsourcing of data or deduplication checks which involve the scanning of files. The service keeps 3 copies of all uploaded files behind 256-bit AES encryption, and it’s nice to see the promise not to mine or sell users data. Much like Google Drive and iCloud, Dump Truck offers a free 5GB of storage to get you started with plans starting at $4.99/month for a whopping 50GB.

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Sharing, much in the same way as Dropbox does it, is possible using secure methods including passwords and expiration dates. In addition to a smart web app for accessing your shared files, Dump Truck comes with apps for the four most popular operating systems – Windows, OS X, iOS and Android – access to which is included without paying a penny.

Features:

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  • 5GB of free storage space.
  • Access your files anywhere using the web app.
  • Apps for Windows, OS X and mobile access for iOS and Android devices.
  • Security at the forefront – no outsourcing of servers, 256-bit AES encryption.

Get started with Dump Truck @ GoldenFrog.com/dumptruck

  1. Werner K
    June 22, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Too bad. It seems Dump Truck doesn't let you select your own dump truck folder on your local disk drive.

  2. Harshit J
    June 22, 2013 at 2:58 pm

    These services will be successful only when people get fast broadband. Many are stuck with slow speeds due to high costs.

  3. Keith Swartz
    February 22, 2013 at 5:17 am

    Sounds like a sweet deal; 5gb free, with access anywhere & at anytime, FREE! Where do I sign-up?! I just clicked the link! Thank-you & good-byyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy...!

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