Box in the Cloud | Dropbox Highlights
Dropbox is a familiar 2.0 cloud service, in that the more you use or refer, the more storage capacity and service you earn —very 2.0 ideologically, if you ask me. The more content you produce, the more you’re potentially worth.
Common limitations include HD video playback. I’ve experienced same.
Dropbox by Dropbox, Inc., is a “fremium” file-sharing and storage service that allows users to bring photos, docs and videos anywhere, and share them easily, i.e, via the Internet “cloud”. Dropbox services are tiered according to the fremium model I mentioned, as seen here. (Dropbox.com)
Available Storage (Is it just docs? Or can it upload media file, pictures, video?)
Docs, Audio and Video (List of All compatible file formats)
Free basic service provides 2GB of space, backup and simple file sharing from anywhere.
Dropbox Pro at $9.99 / month offers 1 TB (1,000 GB), and a unique set of sharing controls.
Dropbox Pro Plus for Business is $15 / user / month is enhanced by centralized administration tools, unlimited version history and audit log.
I chose Dropbox because I use it regularly, just as prescribed (file sharing/storage/accessibility and updates) for school and business.