Difference between ZumoDrive and ShareFile

1. ZumoDrive :
ZumoDrive was a file hosting service, file synchronization service and cloud-based file storage service which was originally provided by Zecter Incorporation but was later owned by Motorola Mobility. It was developed by Zecter Inc. It was suitable for Windows, macOS, iOS, webOS, Linux and Android. It offered 2 GB free storage space which was expandable up to 500 GB for paid. It was launched in 2009.

2. ShareFile :
ShareFile is a file synchronization service, file sharing service and cloud-based file storage service which is provided by Citrix Systems. It is a secure content collaboration that supports the document centered tasks. It provides cloud-based storage, virtual data rooms and client portals. It was developed by Jesse Lipson. It is suitable for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. It does not offer free storage space. It was launched in 2005.



Difference between ZumoDrive and ShareFile :

ZUMODRIVE SHAREFILE
Originally owned by Zecter Incorporation but was later owned by Motorola Mobility. It is owned by Citrix Systems.
It was launched in 2009. It was launched in 2005.
It offered 2 GB free storage space. It offers 30 days free trial with maximum storage size 10 GB.
It was developed by Zecter Inc. It was developed by Jesse Lipson.
It was a file hosting and commercial file synchronization service. It is a commercial file sharing and file synchronization service.
This service was suspended in 2012. It is still in use.
It had freeware version. It also has freeware version.
It provided the feature of detect conflict. It has the feature of detect rename.
It was supported by Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, iOS and Palm webOS. It is supported by Windows, OS X, Android and iOS.
It had revision control. It has revision control and full duplex transfer.

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