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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Google Drive is very similar to Dropbox.It too has software to install on your workstationthat will keep your files synced with files savedon Google Drive.It too can be accessed on mobile devices like tablets, and smart phones. Essentially, wherever you can log into your Google Drive account. Briefcase is easy to start using.Just right click on the Desktop, select NEW > Briefcase, and you have a Sync folder that can keep the filesin that folder up-to-date between two computersover a Network, or by using a mobile storagedevice like a flashdrive.The downsides of Briefcase is that it has limitations. It only works on PC computers, and your link is only between your main computerand one mobile computer or one other networkedcomputer. Cannot sync files with mobile tabletsor phones. Dropbox, requires a Dropbox account, but you can get an account with 2GB of storagefor free.With Dropbox, you download a client programthat creates a sync folder on your computer or device. Copy files to the Dropbox folder and theywill be synced and updated across all your devices.Dropbox will keep your files up-to-date on mobiledevices and workstations alike. Wherever you loginto your account.You can even sync files with other people'sdropbox accounts. 1. Microsoft Briefcase 2. Dropbox Which of these services will be best for my syncing needs? Conclusion 3. Google Drive Briefcase is very limited in whatit has to offer compared to Drive and Dropbox.However, it is already installed, doesn'trequire an account, and may fulfilsome basic file syncing needs.But Dropbox and Google Drive have themore appealing features. Being able to sync files to multiple devices or computers,and even to other's accounts using sharedfolders over the Internet.Between the two, Google wins out only because I get free 5GB of storage comparedto Dropbox's 2GB. And additional storage is cheaper with Google.Google is the Winner! Compare Microsoft Briefcase, Dropbox, and Google Drive
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