Reviewing 5.0.3 (Oct 29, 2013)
The spam is pretty thick in here.
Reviewing 4.8.4 (Mar 26, 2013)
My experience with SpiderOak is very good. It allows me to sync/backup any folder in my computer. It backs up every version of my files, and deleted files can be found in its recycle bin. And, I like its "Zero Knowledge" privacy environment which is the most secure sync solution I could find so far. In addition, it works on all major operation systems available on the market. Regarding to deleted files, they can be removed from the recycle bin easily on the "VIEW" tab in SpiderOak.
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And, use the promo code "WorldBackupDay" to get extra 5GB for free. That is 6GB in total.
Reviewing 4.8.4 (Mar 17, 2013)
Get 7 GB for FREE!!!
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Reviewing 4.6.9943 Beta (Jun 7, 2012)
Unfortunately, since my last review I've left SO and went back to SS. There were simply too many sporadic issues that made me feel that my data was not being synchronized when and as I would expect it to. SO is very good cloud storage, but the sync part was just not up to par.
If you're looking for basic cloud storage, no one can hold a candle to the security that SO offers. If you need fast and reliable SYNC capabilities > SugarSync is by far the most cost effective and reliable in this class. While the others may offer comparable solutions and reliability, their lack of functionality and high prices place them out of the SugarSync realm.
Reviewing 4.3.9917 Beta (Feb 2, 2012)
No matter the price or transfer speed (both of which are excellent), no one compares to the ZERO-KNOWLEDGE aspect of SpiderOak. I absolutely love the fact that all my junk (from file names through and including content) are nothing more than totally encrypted from the time they leave my machine to the time they find a home on the SpiderOak servers. Good luck to anyone trying to see what my files (legal or not) contain or what they're called - They appear as random blocks of bits of varying sizes. Add to that the even the So folks don't know and can't access them is truly awesome. THAT is true privacy, and I've yet to see any other competitor offer it - at any price.
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