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Paul Lilly is a freelance technology writer and an avid Boston sports fan.

Top Cloud Services for File Sharing and Syncing

With the help of cloud services, you can edit your documents on any Internet-connected device, and keep them up-to-date. We looked at Box, Dropbox, MediaFire, SkyDrive, and SugarSync to determine which one is the best.

Top Cloud Services for Online Backup

Backing up your valuable files is a necessary chore, but cloud services such as Carbonite, CrashPlan, and Mozy can make the process fairly painless. We tried all three.

Top Cloud Services for Sending Large Files

Email attachment limits can be frustrating when you need to give colleagues large documents. We looked at RapidShare, Sendspace, and YouSendIt to determine which file-sending service is best.

Top Cloud Services: The Great Hard Drive in the Sky

We tested 20 cloud-storage services to find the best tools for sharing and syncing files, backing up PCs, sharing photos, listening to music, and more.

Top Cloud Services for Collaboration

Looking to work with colleagues on shared project files? Google Drive, Office 365, and Zoho promise to help. We tried all three services and picked a winner.

Top Cloud Services for Storing and Streaming Music

Want to bring your music collection with you? Through Amazon Cloud Player, Apple iCloud, or Google Play, you can enjoy tunes almost anywhere.

Top Cloud Services for Storing and Sharing Photos

If you're an avid photographer, Flickr, Photobucket, and SmugMug can help you showcase your shots. We looked at all three; find out which one was our top pick.