Top 8 Cloud Storage Tools
NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAPG Suite EnterpriseAzure NetApp FilesNasuniBoxDropboxGoogle Cloud StorageGoogle Drive Enterprise
I like how you can easily pair on-prem with the cloud and the cloud backup feature. I like the whole integration with on-prem and the cloud for SnapMirror relationships.
I like everything that Google does. They have good products.
personally prefer to use G Suite applications, such as Gmail, Slides, and Sheets, because they give you the freedom to share the document you're editing and co-work with other colleagues simultaneously.
Since we have NetApp's internally, we use the SnapMirror predominantly for this process in the cloud which is beneficial.
You can change it non-disruptively. You can increase the size and decrease the size online, which is a huge benefit compared to Azure disks. It just works seamlessly. You don't need to stop the instances.
We use Nasuni's continuous file versioning feature and it fully protects us. With the ability to version files and have continuous recovery, it helps in terms of resiliency. If we have an incident then we would be able to easily recover from it by using the technology.
Box is very realistic when it comes to sharing capabilities.
Governance and ease of use are why I think a lot of people like Box, including ourselves. Basically, we're concerned about what information is being sent to Box, so we use a lot of the Box governance features to make sure that what is being sent to Box is appropriate. If it is not appropriate, it is not allowed to be sent. It is also pretty easy to use. It is the easiest to use for customers and for technologists.
The security is very good.
The solution is easy to use.
It's a stable enough solution.
Google Cloud Storage is fast, and it's scalable.
When we collaborate on a team project, everyone has the opportunity to contribute to the project.
Offers good storage.