What’s your weapon of choice for personal or enterprise storage?

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What's your weapon of choice for personal or enterprise storage? Do you have a Dropbox, Box.net, or Mozy account? Let us know about your experience with these services: How did it affect your usage when these services changed their pricing models? How important is customer service and encryption?  

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Dropbox works perfectly for personal use!

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  • Koohiisan
    I second the Dropbox usage. I'm a little worried about the privacy, however, so I'm likely to soon set up a TrueCrypt volume on my Dropbox to secure things which need securing. The downside to that will be that I won't have access to those secured files on my Android, whereas I will be able to access the standard Dropbox-stored files there. The fact that it is cross-platform makes it a valuable solution for my needs.
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    [...] what you think! Want to get in on the conversation about cloud storage? Answer this week’s Open IT Forum question or just see what others are [...]
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  • Denny Cherry
    I've been using Microsoft Live for my syncing of files between all my PCs. For sharing files with people I've been using Google Docs. For Enterprise storage it all stays behind the firewall on EMC storage.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    Most companies I see are still all over the map when it comes to cloud storage (and cloud service usage in general). No true structure or standards...it's pretty much every user for himself. Newer technologies like what Skyhigh Networks offers are bringing some true visibility to this business challenge. I suspect we'll see many companies taking this more seriously over the next few years.
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