Cloud Storage - Potential Concerns - Costs

Costs

Cloud storage may be cost-efficient for many corporations and small businesses for everyday use, but for the average user of the computer and internet, the costs of cloud storage may outweigh its benefits. As a result users have other alternatives of storage such as:

  • Local wired hard drive
  • Local wireless hard drive
  • External USB hard drive

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