ElephantDrive is available globally. It's most popular among people who would like affordable, easy and secure cloud backup and storage for protecting their documents and files.
ElephantDrive is split into four packages, each targeting a different market. You can dip a toe in with a free account set at 2GB of storage and 100MB upload limits, or extend these limitations with a free 30-day trial period of any subsequent tiers where you can upgrade, downgrade and cancel whenever you choose.
The Enterprise option is top of the food chain, designed for larger businesses with 100+ devices and 100+ sub-accounts. Once again, base storage starts at 1 TB with further terabytes added at $30 each.
ElephantDrive offers some great features that you come to expect from the best online backup services.
ElephantDrive currently does not have any mobile apps for iPhone or Android devices, but you can access all your files from a mobile web browser.
ElephantDrive is a bit confusing at first. The desktop program does install quickly and during the install a wizard is run to perform the initial backup configuration.
ElephantDrive seemed about average for backup speeds (~25-30GB / day). As part of their desktop application,
ElephantDrive is very focused on security. They do an excellent job explaining their methodology for security on their website. The use the industry standard 256-bit AES encryption algorithm for securing your files.
The first 30 days are free for all our subscriptions and you can upgrade, downgrade, or cancel at any time.Or, get started with a free forever 2GB account and see if you need more storage or functionalities.
This leads us to pricing
ElephantDrive offers a Lite Account which comes with 2GB of storage for free. They also give you a 15-day free trial with their upgraded plans. You can easily signup and download the ElephantDrive software from their website.