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August 27, 2012

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Miriam Robeson

I would be interested in a lawyer-perspective review of the various cloud services (both storage and sharing sites) that are available. The various versions I use are mostly driven by my clients transferring data to me via their favorite platform.

I know that could be a challenging task, considering the number of services available, but a bird's-eye overview might be interesting.

These are ones I've used or been asked to use by clients:

DropBox
SugarSync
Cloud9
MyDocsOnline
Google Docs/Drive
EverNote

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