Verizon Cloud Storage
November 09, 2017

Verizon Cloud Storage

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Verizon Cloud

It is being used by several users in our IT department. We use it to store various files we need to preserve as well as contacts we need to keep up with.
  • Auto-Sync of files or contacts to the cloud that are chosen to be auto-synced.
  • Has the ability to turn off auto-sync and allow only manual sync.
  • Stores files and contacts in the cloud for later recovery in case of a data loss.
  • The "free" version has a very storage amount as opposed to its competitors.
  • Sync may stop during an important time if a WiFi connection is lost.
  • To me it is a bit pricey to go above their small free storage offering.
  • It is a fairly good thing to have to keep small items stored on in case of a disaster.
  • It is too costly to store large items on.
  • If you are already a Verizon subscriber you would think they would give you more storage than competing cloud storage providers will give you for free just for signing up.
All of the others provide more free storage. Verizon should out best or at least equal the best when you are already a Verizon data subscriber. It seems that by not doing this that they want to "nickle-and-dime" their already loyal customer base.
It is good for backing up contacts, documents, photos, and files. It is not great due to the small amount of allowed free storage and you don't want to use it to backup anything too large as it would become expensive and use a lot of data if using a Verizon data connection.

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