According to Wikipedia, ” cloud storage , cloud data storage is a model of networked online storage where data is stored on multiple virtual servers, so that you can save your data in different servers and then get access to it from the one nearest to you, wherever you are. “
1- Google Docs
This is an inevitable service for educators. It is great and allows for a decent storage capacity. Be it PDFs, files, folders, docs, multimedia, photos , Google docs has a solution for you.
This is my second cloud storage tool that teachers can use to store their data and access them from virtually anywhere with an internet connection. It also syncs your data across different devices.
This is also another great cloud data storage tool I use. It offers a 2GB free storage capacity and you can get up to 8 GB by inviting every new user. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux as well as on smartphones and tablets.
This is a service from Windows Live and can be used to store your data on the cloud for free and also to backup and sync your computer files.
This is another wonderful cloud storage service that lets users store all their content online and access, manage and share it from anywhere. It offers from 5 to 50 GB of free storage.
6- Amazon Cloud Drive
This is the official cloud data storage system of Amazon. It offers up to 5GB of free storage together with backup services but does not sync files.