Microsoft launched Windows Live Folders. The first marketed Cloud service. The service was later renamed SkyDrive
Microsoft changes the name of its service to Windows Live SkyDrive and expands its market, adding access to more countries and users.
SkyDrive reaches 62 countries.
SkyDrive storage capacity increases from 5 GB to 25 GB
SkyDrive announces Windows Live Photos, where users can store their photos separately, giving the photos more advanced viewing options.
SkyDrive is now able to sync with Office Apps, another Microsoft product.
SkyDrive increases its maximum file size capabilities from 50 MB per file to 100 MB.
SkyDrive updates their sharing capabilities, making an easier experience to the user.
SkyDrive launches an app for iOS and Windows mobile devices.
SkyDrive launches a desktop app for Windows and Mac users.
SkyDrive updates its appearance to make it more consistent with other Microsoft applications.
SkyDrive released their mobile app in the Android and Google Play markets.
Google Docs allows its users to upload up to 1 GB worth of any file type.
Google Docs announces it will be able to download files in Microsoft Office file formats.
Google Docs was blocked in Turkey.
Google Docs announces its support for offline viewing.
Google launches Google Drive, which replaces Google Docs. Drive includes all the features of Docs, plus more features to increase user abilities.
Apple announces iCloud at the Apple Worldwide Developer's Convention.
Apple announces that it will no longer support MobileMe, a service similar to Cloud services, as a means of transitioning to iCloud.
Apple launches iCloud.com
Apple launches iCloud via an iTunes update.
iCloud reaches 20 million users within its first week.
Dropbox launches at TechCrunch50, a technology conference.
Dropbox changes its domain name from getdropbox.com to just dropbox.com
Dropbox makes a deal with Softbank and Sony Ericson and both agree to preload Dropbox on their mobile phones.
The Chinese government blocks Dropbox in China, due to censorship regulations.
Dropbox announces it has reached 50 million registered users.
Dropbox announces that it holds 14.14% of the worldwide back client market, based on number of installations.
Dropbox announces it will allow its users to upload photos and videos straight from a camera, tablet, SD card, or smartphone. This is seen as a response to Google Drive and Microsoft SkyDrive.
Dropbox announces it now allows users to share files to Facebook groups using its service.
Dropbox announces it has reached 100 million users.
Dropbox joins with Snapjoy, a service similar to Dropbox, but used solely for photo-sharing.