Google Drive is a file hosting service provided by Google. It was launched on April 24, 2012. It allows users to store files in the cloud, sync files across devices, and share files.
In addition to a web interface, Google Drive has Apps for most devices that can be used offline.
Google Drive doesn't only help you save files, it also serves as a central location for all of your Google activities.
Google's whole ecosystem of products, including its G Suite of office apps, is compatible with the Drive. So, chances are most people on the Internet already have a Google Drive account, as it is initiated even with apps such as YouTube.
Google Drive provides the user with 15 GB of free storage that can be expanded up to 30 TB upon payment. However, there is a maximum file size depending on whether it is a spreadsheet, presentation, or other types of files and also have some limitations in storing the versioning history feature.
Data stored on Drive is encrypted in 128-bit AES along with a multi-factor authentication feature.
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 zeroencryption 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.
The following table highlights the major differences between Google Drive and Jumpshare −
|Provides users 15 GB of free storage||Provides users 2 GB of free storage|
|Maximum storage up to 30 TB||Maximum storage up to 1 TB|
|Max file size depending of file format||No maximum file sizes|
|128-bit AES encryption||256-bit AES encryption|
|Supports file versioning||Does not support file versioning|
|No real time file sharing available||Provides real time file sharing|