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Cloud computing is the process of using a network of remote servers to store, manage and analyse data. It allows companies to store their valuable information in the cloud so that they don't need to store it on their own servers, which saves money and makes it easier for an organization to upgrade or switch technologies. Cloud computing has countless applications, including accounting software, telephony services, and video streaming.

Google Drive: This is a pure cloud computing service that includes all of the storage available online and can be used with the Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides cloud productivity tools.

Dropbox is a cloud storage service that allows you to save and sync files across several devices.

Dropbox is a place where you may store all of your files. Whether you're working alone or with colleagues and clients, you can store and share files, collaborate on projects, and bring your finest ideas to life. All of your files are backed up to the cloud and accessible from anywhere using Dropbox.

Dropbox wins the cloud storage fight between Dropbox and Google Drive by a hair. It barely beats Google Drive in terms of security, but its somewhat easier file sharing and faster syncing make it a better service overall, especially for individuals who work on a lot of projects.

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