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Likelihood to Recommend

Amazon Cloud Drive

Amazon Cloud Drive is a fantastic backup solution for storing your digital files on the web, but if you want to manage, tweak, organize or otherwise maintain those files after they have reached the cloud, the experience immediately begins to suffer. This is especially noted when major competitor products like Microsoft and Dropbox offer similar services at similar prices, but offer far better interfaces for file management.
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MediaFire

MediaFire is suitable for individual users that want to store and maybe share files. It has a good initial space in the free version that can be enough for most users. The same applies for small teams that want to store documents (text, presentations) and share it between members (FileDrop features can help increase collaboration and productivity). If you have a big team or want to store big files you have to upgrade to the business or pro version (the price is interesting).
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Feature Rating Comparison

File Sharing & Management

Amazon Cloud Drive
7.5
MediaFire
9.0
Versioning
Amazon Cloud Drive
7.6
MediaFire
7.0
Video files
Amazon Cloud Drive
7.7
MediaFire
9.4
Audio files
Amazon Cloud Drive
7.1
MediaFire
9.4
Document collaboration
Amazon Cloud Drive
7.4
MediaFire
8.8
Access control
Amazon Cloud Drive
6.8
MediaFire
9.4
File search
Amazon Cloud Drive
7.9
MediaFire
9.4
Device sync
Amazon Cloud Drive
7.9
MediaFire
9.9

Cloud Storage Security & Administration

Amazon Cloud Drive
8.1
MediaFire
9.1
User and role management
Amazon Cloud Drive
8.0
MediaFire
9.0
File organization
Amazon Cloud Drive
8.5
MediaFire
9.4
Device management
Amazon Cloud Drive
7.7
MediaFire
9.0

Cloud Storage Platform

Amazon Cloud Drive
8.4
MediaFire
9.3
Performance
Amazon Cloud Drive
8.6
MediaFire
9.4
Reliability
Amazon Cloud Drive
8.6
MediaFire
9.4
Storage Reports
Amazon Cloud Drive
8.0
MediaFire
9.0

Pros

Amazon Cloud Drive

  • Worldwide accessibility, including from China's great firewall.
  • Highly flexible with different server options: Aurora, MariaDB, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Lengthy free trial lets you really dive deeply and explore the solutions offering and all that Amazon has to provide you with.
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MediaFire

  • Speed and ease to upload and download files.
  • Available for iPhone, Android, OSX, Windows, and Web.
  • Has no limit of downloads.
  • Give you a considerably large size of space within your servers.
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Cons

Amazon Cloud Drive

  • Less storage than Google Drive, Google offers 15GB of free space - vs. Amazon's 5GB.
  • Also, unlike with Google Drive, you can't back up your work with Amazon Drive ( I also use Google Drive, since I have a Gmail account).
  • A lot more expensive than Google Drive, which is 1.99/month...but they are more in line with Dropbox pricing.
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MediaFire

  • The 10GB Overall File Storage Limit. I really don't like this and I wish it were a 10GB limit per file. But I understand Mediafire wants to have some sort of limit with the Free accounts.
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Usability

Amazon Cloud Drive

Amazon Cloud Drive 6.0
Based on 2 answers
The system is very easy to use and it's use of apps for almost all devices and hardware makes it even easier to manage and store photos and documents. I highly recommend this as an easy to use solution for novices!
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MediaFire

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Performance

Amazon Cloud Drive

Amazon Cloud Drive 6.0
Based on 1 answer
It is safe but has little added value.
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MediaFire

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

Amazon Cloud Drive

Amazon Drive Cloud has the advantage of being backed by one of the companies that has had the highest growth in recent years: Amazon. That gives us security and has been the main reason for us to trust this product. We believe that the security systems of this company are good enough to be quiet while our files are stored on their servers
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MediaFire

All of these solutions stack up pretty well but there are some differences between them. MediaFire is very easy to use and manage files and documents. With a 10 GB you can do many things and share many documents with the team or the department which is what made us decide to use it officially in our team.
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Return on Investment

Amazon Cloud Drive

  • It slowed us down at first since we went from purely agile to document based then agile.
  • It is easy to use so even non-developers can access code snippets which they wouldn't know how to access on github.
  • It has a lot of features we don't have a use for in our business.
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MediaFire

  • It has allowed me to easily share files with clients and friends
  • No computer client does make things a little slower/more complicated to upload to the cloud
  • Allows me to easily work on a project with someone else and recover a previous file in case of mistakes
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Pricing Details

Amazon Cloud Drive

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

MediaFire

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Amazon Cloud Drive
7.8
MediaFire
9.0

Usability

Amazon Cloud Drive
6.0
MediaFire

Performance

Amazon Cloud Drive
6.0
MediaFire

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