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Western Digital's portable My Passport Slim is a USB 3 hard drive priced at $100.
Angelbird's SSD2go is a fast performer and you can customize the case colors to match your personality.
The design brings the security of RAID plus features that are good enough for business, at a price that's low enough for consumers.
MacDropAny lets you sync any folder on your Mac using Dropbox, Box.com, Copy, Google Drive, iClouDrive, or Microsoft SkyDrive.
While the G-Dock ev put some consideration into the design of this storage device, its performance isn't what it could be.
IDriveSync is an easy-to-use cloud storage and syncing solution that offers added security missing from some of its rivals. It offers both AES 256-bit and private key encryption, which will appeal to anyone who's weary of weak cloud-based security.
VPN AutoConnect is a simple utility for staying connected to a virtual private network.
Microsoft has performed a thorough revamping of SkyDrive, which makes it an explicable and competitive online file storage service.
While not the fastest NAS (network-attached storage) device we’ve tested, the LaCie 2Big NAS was fairly simple to use and offers nice variety of features, including remote access using a browser or the LaCie MyNAS iOS app.
The WiebeTech UltraDock v5 is a multi-interface dock with a number of different connections, enabling users to connect drives mechanisms to a Mac.
For the money, the AirPort Express makes an effective base station for modestly sized apartments or homes, or where access is only needed in a few adjacent rooms in an office.
Dropbox was an early offering in the online storage/file sync field, and you can rely on Dropbox to deliver the simplicity of always having files up to date everywhere
Dolly Drive is a portmanteau of remote storage, backup, and access options that could be a simple answer to a whole set of storage problems all in one package.
The Mercury Accelsior PCE Express SSD will certainly boost the performance of your Mac Pro, especially when it comes to booting, and processes such as rendering audio/video files.
CrashPlan+ is a cloud-based online backup program that offers three ways to access saved data: through an iOS app, through desktop software, or through CrashPlan’s website.