Google Drive is a free service from Google that allows you to store files/folders online and access them anywhere using the cloud. The free plan offers 15 GB of space, which should be enough for daily usage.
OneDrive (previously SkyDrive, Windows Live SkyDrive, and Windows Live Folders) is a file hosting service offered by Microsoft, that allows users to store files and folders in the cloud. The files can be easily accessed later from any other computer connected to internet. There are two account types: OneDrive personal account and OneDrive business account which offers much more storage space. Backup4all supports both account types.
This article will describe and explain several terms as cloud storage, cloud backup and how are they used. The term Cloud Backup is referring to uploading your data to a site like Carbonite, Mozy, Amazon S3, Google Drive, Azure, Amazon, One Drive, Box or Dropbox. Fueled by affordable bandwidth and capacity optimization technologies, cloud-based backup is becoming a popular alternative to portable media.