1. iCloud :
iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service provided by Apple Incorporation. It allows users to store data such as documents, photos and music on remote servers for download to iOS, macOS or Windows devices. It also enables to share and send data to other users. It is also helpful to manage the Apple devices if it is lost or stolen. It was launched in 2011.
2. Baidu Cloud :
Baidu Cloud is a cloud service which is provided by Baidu Incorporation. It offers a cloud storage service, client software, file management, sharing of resources and integration of third party. It enables to synchronizes files automatically on internet based client terminals once the files are created on a client terminal. It was launched by Baidu Incorporation in 2012. Its actual name is Baidu Wangpan but is commonly known as Baidu Cloud.
Difference between iCloud and Baidu Cloud :
|It is owned by Apple Incorporation.||It is owned by Baidu Incorporation.|
|It was launched in 2011.||It was launched in 2012.|
|It offers 5 GB free storage space.||It offers 6 GB free storage space.|
|It is used world wide.||While it is used in some specific region and specific countries like China.|
|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.|
|It has maximum storage size of 2 TB.||It also has the maximum storage size of 2 TB.|
|Maximum file size in iCloud is 50 GB.||Here maximum file size is 4 GB for free and 20 GB for paid.|
|It partially supports file versioning.||It does not support file versioning.|
|The number of users of iCloud more.||The number of users of Baidu Cloud is less.|
|It does not support remote uploading.||It supports remote uploading.|
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