Speedy Drive

Speedy Drive

Speedy Drive allows you to store your documents online
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There were times when I needed certain files from my home computer and I couldn't access the files I required from my office. One solution came from applications that support cloud data storing, like Speedy Drive.

By using this program, you will be able to copy your folders on a network disk and manage them no matter where you are, as long as you have an Internet connection. But, before transferring the data, you will need to create a Speedy Share account and the developer will send you an email with your username and password.

You will be able to store up to 4TB (terabytes) of files and access them or even edit whenever you like. Though, if you require unlimited storage space, you will need to upgrade to the Premium version, which is actually cheap if you ask me.

This application makes it possible to share files with other Speedy Share users by uploading the documents on its website. The downfall of this procedure comes from the fact that you won't get any security settings. For instance, you can't select what users are allowed to access the files.

Cutting a long story short, I believe that Speedy Drive is an effective solution when it comes to cloud data storing. But, if you put a high price on file privacy, I guess you should look for more secure cloud storing tools.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy-to-use interface.
  • You can store up to 4TB.
  • You can share documents with other Speedy Share users

Cons

  • Lacks security settings

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