The Cost Benefits of Cloud Storage
As we move to a more technology integrated era of the world in 2013, we have begun to experience a change from that of physical storage to the more contemporary online data storage for all our multi-media files such as music, movies, games, books and more. Data storage is quickly becoming as popular as storage lockers were in the past, and our desire to gather as much data space as possible is now apparent. Google Cloud Storage allows you to store, access and manage your data on its service which allows you to take full advantage of its easy to use features and reliable platform. With such a great concept, the only problem an individual should worry about now is none other than the cost. This article will be explaining that even that isn’t an issue, and here’s why!
Cloud Storage offers one of the most affordable and adaptable data storage services in the world, and features a wide array of payment methods for varying data quantities, all to serve your personal needs. The first terabyte of data offered by the service will cost around $0.85, following the next nine terabytes which will be $0.76. Following that, the numbers keep dropping until you are paying around $0.54 for that massive amount of data, the service only gets more affordable with time. And for many of us that have heavy requirements for storage for our businesses, online developmental ventures and even our huge movie collection, this is mere pennies for the service we get in return.
Why Even Use Cloud Storage?
Now many people who have yet to experience the true importance of cloud storage seem to believe it almost as a waste of time. Many believe they will never go through the massive quantities of data that most services are offering, such as terabytes in this particular case. Well, I can tell you from experience that I used to be one of the people that thought that, and I could never have been more wrong. Over time as you become more and more immersed into technology, you will begin to gain quite the collection of media files (videos, movies, pictures, music and even online games) which simply weigh down your computer’s memory and will eventually overflow your hard drive. Picture cloud storage as a way of spring cleaning your desktop, taking all those important files and putting them somewhere that isn’t quite inaccessible like a locker but not taking up space on your computer. The best way to look at cloud storage is as building additional rooms in your house to put your stuff in that you only have to pay pocket change to build. Now when you’re thinking of it that way, how good of a deal is it now to purchase cloud storage?