We compare the storage capacity, price, compatibility and feature set of the two popular cloud storage services.
The gold standard for Chromebooks and unspeakably desirable too
A cheap and cheerful Chromebook with only one serious flaw
We take a look at what Apple's iCloud service has to offer users looking to securely sync and store data in the cloud
Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint get the touchscreen treatment, cloud storage and a bunch of new features.
We put Dropbox for Business through its paces to see if it really is worth paying for
We take a look at Google's cloud storage offering to see what it offers business users
Sophos provides compelling reasons for moving your endpoint security into the cloud
Trend Micro makes a compelling argument for moving your endpoint security into the cloud
A superb budget laptop
1&1 offers scalable cloud servers on demand with a flexible package that allows you keep operating costs under control.
The best 7in tablet on the market returns with upgrades galore, making it the ultimate travel companion.
Google Drive doesn't have the same features as its rivals but it is relatively cheap and is a good fit for firms that use Google Apps.
When it comes to cloud storage for business, Box is setting the pace. We look at the key features.
Moving to Azure requires a whole new mindset - it's best to keep an eye on how the meter's running.
With pricing based purely on the amount of compressed vault storage, Securstore’s Cloud Backup offers a cost–effective and easily deployed off-site data backup and recovery service.
This cloud-storage service aims to entice IT admins by including 256-bit AES encryption, logging and reporting features.
CA’s ARCserve Backup r16 aims to amalgamate disk, tape and cloud backup into a single product. Dave Mitchell puts it through its paces in the lab to see if it has every data protection angle covered.
Egnyte HybridCloud isn't just another Dropbox-clone as David Ludlow finds out in our review of the cloud-based online storage and sharing service.
The PowerEdge C6100 is Dell's best-selling cloud server system. In this exclusive review, Dave Mitchell takes a closer look at this multi-node, rack dense system to find out why.