Competitors to Naologic in the Cloud storage space
Google Drive is a cloud file storage, synchronization, and collaboration platform and service, that features Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides for document editing and presentation.
IBM Cloud Object Storage
IBM Cloud Object Storage is an IBM Cloud product in the endpoint backup and IaaS categories. It is commonly used for data archiving and backup, for web and mobile applications, and as scalable, persistent storage for analytics.
OneDrive from Microsoft is a cloud storage and file syncing service.
Dropbox Business expands on the company's cloud storage service by providing additional features, such as lost file recovery for an extended period, integration with popular office suites (e.g. Office 365), the Dropbox Paper collaboration extension, two-factor authentication (2FA) and single sign-on (SSO), tiered administrator controls and granular permission sharing, remote device wipe, API, and other features of use to larger groups and businesses.
Dropbox is a service for file syncing and sharing, or for cloud storage.
Evernote is a suite of software and services designed for notetaking and archiving. A "note" can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten "ink" note. Notes can also have file attachments. Notes can be sorted into folders, then tagged, annotated, edited, given comments, searched and exported as part of a notebook. Evernote supports a number of operating system platforms (including OS X, iOS, Chrome OS, Android, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and webOS) and also offers online synchronisation and backup services.
Box is an online file-sharing, storage and collaboration service provider that caters to individual users as well as businesses.
Apple iCloud is a document management software offering from Apple. It includes features such as access to music, photos, calendars, contacts, and documents, and it is built into every new iOS device.
Microsoft's OneNote is a digital note-taking app, supporting photos, annotating, web page clipping, emailing, and synchronizing notes across devices.
ShareFile is a cloud-based file sharing and storage service built for business. The product was acquired by Citrix Systems in 2011.
Vembu BDR Suite
Vembu BDR Suite is a universal backup solution catering to the backup, recovery, and disaster recovery needs of diverse IT environments. It is also optimized for service providers who deliver BaaS and DRaaS to their customers.
ownCloud is a self-hosted open source file syncing and sharing option, from the Boston-based company of the same name.
WeTransfer in the Netherlands offers a large file transfer service which includes up to 20 GB transfer with its Pro service, as well as 100 GB of cloud storage.
SugarSync is a cloud storage and backup solution designed for small businesses.
NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP
NetApp's Cloud Volumes ONTAP combines data control with enterprise-class storage features for various use cases, including file shares and block-level storage serving NAS and SAN protocols (NFS, SMB / CIFS, and iSCSI), Disaster Recovery (DR), Backup and Archive, DevOps, Databases (SQL, Oracle, NoSQL), or any other enterprise workload.
Cubby was a file sync, file sharing, and cloud storage offering from LogMeIn, Inc. It was discontinued in 2016.
Panzura is a cloud backup solution from the company of the same name in Campbell, California.
The Verizon Cloud is a cloud storage solution, integrating technologies from CloudSwitch (acquired in 2011).
Nasuni Cloud Storage
Nasuni Cloud Storage is an online storage solution.
ADrive is a web storage vendor offering 50GB of storage for free, with the only bandwidth limitations being in the size of the files you can upload. This free version of the product is supplemented with ads. The paid versions of the product do not have ads.
Axway AMPLIFY Syncplicity
Axway AMPLIFY Syncplicity is a cloud storage, file sync and sharing platform offered by Axway.
StorSimple was acquired by Microsoft in 2012. The StorSimple storage gateway appliance is now a part of Microsoft's Azure StorSimple Hybrid Cloud Storage solution.
Blackberry Workspaces (formerly Watchdox)
Blackberry Workspaces (formerly Watchdox, a product acquired by Blackberry in May 2015) is an enterprise grade cloud storage, file sync and share option.
Barracuda Copy (Discontinued)
Copy and CudaDrive were Barracuda Networks' cloud storage solutions. Barracuda ended the services in 2016, and they are no longer offered.
SpiderOak is a file sync and cloud storage / backup solution, emphasizing privacy.
SmartVault is a file syncing and sharing option from the Houston based company of the same name.
Israeli company CTERA offers Drive, a cloud storage, collaboration and file sync solution.
The Keepit platform, from the company of the same name in Copenhagen, is a solution that protects cloud data, boasting simple deployment and restore options that enable users to recover historic data. The Keepit platform supports any Cloud Workload and offers full retention on the user's terms from one year to eternity. It features indexing and search to ensure users have a complete view of data. The solution features supports Microsoft Office 365, Dynamics 365, Google Workspace, and Salesforce.
Mail2Cloud, offered by mxHero, includes cloud storage and email productivity features.
Memonic is an organizational tool that competes with Evernote. It allows you to organize content in folders, tags and groups and then share content with others. It's differentiation from Evernote is the emphasis given to sharing and collaboration. It also, like Evernote, provides a web clipper tool that allows you to save web pages and organize and annotate them.
Kingsoft offers WPS Cloud, a cloud storage platform including 1 GB of free storage, as well as collaboration and file sharing tools.
DRACOON is an enterprise file sharing and cloud storage solution from the German company of the same name.
FileCatalyst Spaces is a pay-as-you-go SaaS file transfer portal, cloud file storage, or migration service, available to enterprises.
Photobucket headquartered in Denver offers their cloud services for uploading, sharing, linking and finding photos, videos and graphics. Service plans may include hosting, photo editing, private album sharing or sharing to social media, and caption and title creation and editing.
rediStore is a long-term cloud storage solution from rediCloud, a division of ATSG headquartered in New York, that allows users to store and retrieve up to petabytes of data—at what the vendor describes as a flat, low cost per terabyte with no hidden fees.
Wasabi Object Storage
Wasabi Technologies headquartered in Boston offers "hot cloud storage," object storage available pay-as-you-go as well as reserved capacity storage which they describe as tier free, and easily manageable.
OpenText Core Share
OpenText Core Share is an cloud-based file sync and share solution supporting collaboration, featuring Office 365 integration, and 2FA. The product integrates with OpenText's ECM solutions.
Woelkli Cloud Storage
wölkli Cloud Storage, from oriented.net in Switzerland, is a service that allows individuals and businesses to securely save, back up, synchronise and share their precious files via a desktop computer, smartphone or tablet device, making them accessible from all around the world, that supports file synchronization of data among devices, such as computers, tablets and smartphones, and boasts AES 256, and 2FA security.
Koofr, from the Slovenian company of the same name, is presented as a safe and simple way to store, backup and share documents, music, photos, and videos, so users can access data anytime and anywhere.
Yandex.Disk is a cloud storage service available for Windows and Mac.
CDNetworks Cloud Storage
CDNetworks' Cloud Storage lets users store data from any origin, including websites, applications, video portals, data from devices or IoT sensors. Boasting high throughput and low latency the vendor states users can efficiently upload/manage/download massive storage resources through web portal, RESTful API and SDKs. Cloud Storage can be used alone or in conjunction with CDNetworks services.
Zix Secure File Sharing (DeliverySlip)
Zix’s Secure File Sharing aims to make it simple for users to send large attachments in email—up to 100GB in size—securely. Plus, you can recall files, enforce rights management, and append legally binding e-signatures. The solution is based on technology acquired with DeliverySlip by Zix in 2019.
Robin.io is a cloud native platform that automates enterprise applications, and enables deployment and management of complex, data- and network-intensive applications with an “as-a-service” experience anywhere, on-prem or in the cloud. ROBIN brings pay-as-you-go pricing to the Red Hat Marketplace for Robin Cloud Native Storage (CNS). Robin.io installs natively on any Kubernetes distribution within minutes and creates a block and file storage solution by pooling available storage resources such as HDDs, SSDs, and cloud disks. It also automates complex storage management and data management operations on Kubernetes and provides a simple API to developers. It is also application-aware, in that it understands the scope of a stateful application on Kubernetes and wraps all relevant components — including data, metadata, and config data — into a single entity. All data management operations, such as snapshots, backups, and migration, are performed on the entire application, not just the data. This is important because many microservice applications are designed to be stateless in order to improve scalability and performance. Dynamic pricing could play an important role in the growth of storage capabilities deployed alongside more dynamic applications common with microservice and container architectures.