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Save time and energy with UC Drive

Just as important as data itself is in the modern world, so are the various methods we have employed to keep it tucked in safe and accessible for whenever needed. Over the past few decades, we have developed the technology to hold data and keep it safe for prolonged intervals, and recently, we seem to have perfected it.

Save time and energy with UC Drive
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It all started with offline physical storage components. Everyone must have seen the USB drives and portable hard disks that were used for much of the beginning of 2000s. That trend has shifted gradually towards inbuilt storage cards with the inception of smartphones and other portable gadgetry, and most recently the search for an even better storage place for user data has lead to the development of online cloud services.

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All of the aforesaid technologies have had their drawbacks. With physical drives, the most inconvenient con was the obvious stagnating of data on the drive. To take large amounts of data from one place to another, the whole disk needed to be transported. With smartphones and their internal and external storage units, the problem of portability, though lessened, but never went away.

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The cloud services aimed to eliminate the need of any physical gadget at once, but came at the obvious drawback of a higher cost. To perfect the technology even further, UCWeb has announced it very out cloud service, the UC Cloud. It brings with itself all the perks of being an ultrafast cloud service provider and it does so at unimaginably affordable rates. For starters, every user is entitled to 20 gigabytes of free storage space, which is much more than offered by any other service provider. The lease charges that can take your available space to over 500GB are also moderated to suit general affordability. With all the scales tipping its way, the UC Cloud sure does look forward to a marvelous reception. 

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