Consumers love the cloud for storing content… as long as it's free

Consumers have bought into the cloud storage movement, according to new research from PriceWaterhouseCoopers... sort of. While nearly 90 percent said they were somewhat or very interested in using cloud services to store content, some 70 percent said they'd be less likely if they had to pay for it. The company said it polled more than 500 U.S. consumers. Older users, in the 50-59 age group, were more likely to use the cloud for storage than 18-34 year olds. Article

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