Save Data on iCloud

Apple’s newest service offering, iCloud promises to access, store and synchronize data in real time without any constraints. The end users can access their share of storage space with the help of secured Cloud login. Once there, once can drop data in the form of documents, videos or music and even download apps too. The end users can easily save data on their owned cloud without any hassles or constraints at all. However, one can store at max 5 GB of data on the secured cloud of theirs. In case they need more space then iCloud just might not be the great solution for one and all.

However, one aspect is definitive that iCloud is a Dropbox killer and will soon prove fatal for the vendor after iCloud is released in fall of 2011. The full documentation and the service support for accessing the feature is still to be made publically available. If Apple receives accolades for its new service, chances are that more users across the globe will seek the paid version of the cloud which can offer supreme space for storing movies and other high volume transactional data over the cloud platform.

At the same time onus of securing the platform largely lies on to Apple. They must essentially secure iCloud to avoid any hacking or malware attack attempts by third party sources.


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