Difference between CloudMe and Jumpshare

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CloudMe

CloudMe offers cloud storage and file synchronization services. It is owned and operated by CloudMe AB, a Swedish company, and has its servers operated in Sweden. It was founded in 2012 by Daniel Arthursson.

Initially, it was named iCloud.com but had to change it since Apple acquired the domain for a reported amount of 4.5 million US Dollars.

  • CloudMe has cloud storage and sync solution that allows users to store, access, and share their stuff with one another and those who aren't using the service. Email, text messaging, Facebook, and Google are all options for sharing.

  • Files can be saved in a blue folder that syncs across all linked computers and devices.

CloudTop.com is a web desktop and cloud OS service that uses CloudMe as its internet file system. They offer 3 GB of free storage for their users and can be expanded to 5 TB for businesses with client-side encryption.

JumpShare

Jumpshare is a visual communication platform that integrates file sharing, screenshot capturing, and screen recording into a single software. Ghaus Iftikhar launched the company in October of 2011.

  • Jumpshare allowed guests to upload and share files at first. Then Jumpshare enhanced their service by adding screenshot and video recording options.

  • They work on almost all platforms such as Windows, MacOS and iOS devices.

  • Jumpshare uses 256-bit AES encryption. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have an option for private, end to end encryption or zero-encryption knowledge.

  • Jumpshare offers 2 GB of free storage and allows maximum storage of up to 1 TB. The full file size is 250 MB for free and unlimited for premium members.

  • It supports remote uploading and has traffic or band-width of 5 GB for free and 200 GB per month for paid users.

  • Over 200 different file kinds are supported on the site, including pictures, Office files, e-books, audio and video files, and even code files.

It is less expensive because it charges less for additional storage. Users do not have to sign up to upload files to Jumpshare initially, but it was later made mandatory.

Difference between CloudMe and Jumpshare

The following table highlights the major differences between CloudMe and Jumpshare −

CloudMeJumpshare
They offer 3GB of free storage to usersThey offer 2GB of free storage to users
Maximum storage space is 5TB for businesses`Maximum storage space is 1TB
No maximum file sizesNo maximum file sizes
Client side encryptedUses 256-bit AES encryption
It does not support remote uploadingSupports remote uploading
No bandwidth limitsHas a bandwidth limit
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Updated on 07-Sep-2021 11:33:19

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