Apple leads consumer cloud storage wars

Apple is used more by women, Google by men, survey finds

By , Computerworld |  Storage

"The cloud's role in the race to win over consumers' digital media libraries has evolved from a value added service for digital content purchases to a feature-rich and, increasingly, device agnostic digital locker for music and movies. Dropbox being used by 1 in 6 Americans shows that an integrated content storefront isn't essential to build a large user base, however, we expect competition to intensify sharply over the coming years," Barton said.

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