Business travellers: what's your 'cloud' of choice?

By David Flynn, June 22 2017

TALKING POINT | Cloud computing – or 'online storage', to use a less sexy but more accurate moniker – has fast become part of the business traveller's tech toolkit.

Being able to save or copy documents into a secure online location isn't just about keeping your work and other vital data available in the event that your laptop or tablet is damaged or (worse) stolen.

A cloud-based service also makes it much easier to share documents with colleagues.

But with so many to choose from, this week we're asking Australian Business Traveller readers which cloud service do you rely on?

Do you use multiple cloud services, each for a different purpose because some are better at one specific task than its competitors? Or have you settled on one cloud service to keep things simple?

Take part in on our poll below, and share some more thoughts on why you use what you use in the comments area below.

And if your chosen cloud service isn't listed on our survey, perhaps because you've found something better than the big names, please share that with us too :)

David

David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

18 May 2011

Total posts 220

Azure for me    

QF

11 Jul 2014

Total posts 300

I use dropbox and One Drive for work and google for home use

Air New Zealand - Airpoints

31 Oct 2016

Total posts 70

Personally I'm a Mega.NZ user, though for most of my clients it's Dropbox or Google Drive (their choice, not mine). 

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

02 Apr 2017

Total posts 115

They all suck. I use Dropbox because it's the most unobtrusive.

25 Jul 2011

Total posts 14

Box is good for enterprise

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