As of April 2019, Dropbox personal is $100/year for 1TB of storage. Office 365 Home gives you 6TB of OneDrive storage total for $100/year. That is split into 6 accounts which you can keep or share, each with 1TB of storage. Onedrive can have multiple accounts on one computer and happily sync all accounts to separate folders on your disk, so if you like to separate your data into some folder structure, it works just fine. Perhaps one account for pictures, one for financial data, one for personal business, and so on. I've used Dropbox successfully for about 10 years. I've used OneDrive sucessfully for about 5 years. They both have similar features and functionality. I like both products. Yet now, Dropbox is way overpriced compared to Onedrive, six times more expensive byte for byte. How does Dropbox justify this drastic overpricing strategy based on today's technology price levels? Should I be concerned that Dropbox will lose major marketshare due to their overpricing strategy, and eventually become irrelevant or go out of business, putting my data at risk?
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