Difference between HCL Connections and Jumpshare

1. HCL Connections :
HCL Connections is a storage software which is provided by HCL Technologies. It was developed by IBM but HCL acquired it in 2019. It is an enterprise-collaboration platform which helps teams work more efficiently. It was launched by IBM in 2007. It offers 5 GB free storage space. It provides limited storage space for paid accounts. It was earlier known as IBM Connections.

2. Jumpshare :
Jumpshare is a file sharing service provided by the Jumpshare Incorporation. It enables the users to upload files from the personal computers and web. It provides both free and premium services. It offers 2 GB free storage space. It was launched by Jumpshare Incorporation in 2012. In Jumpshare, initially users did not need to sign up to upload the files but later on sign up was made compulsory.

Difference between HCL Connections and Jumpshare :

It is owned by HCL Technologies. It is owned by Jumpshare Incorporation.
It was launched in 2007. It was launched in 2012.
It was developed by IBM. It was developed by Jumpshare.
It offers 5 GB free storage space. It offers 2 GB free storage space.
It provides 1 TB maximum storage space for paid. Maximum storage size is 1 TB here also.
Maximum file size is 2 GB. Here maximum file size is 250 MB for free and unlimited for paid.
It does not support remote uploading. It supports remote uploading.
Sign up is mandatory from the very first version of it. Its initial versions didn’t need sign up but later on it was made mandatory.
It has no traffic or band-width limit. It has traffic or band-width limit of 5 GB per month for free and 200 GB per month for paid.
It charges comparatively more for additional storage that means it is more costly. It charges less for additional storage that means it is less costly.

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