Livekive comes with automated syncing functionality, which works on both Apple and Microsoft platforms. All (encrypted) data can be accessed and shared from any web-enabled device, including Android, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.
AVG offers Livekive users three tiers of storage options: there’s a free 5GB offering and two paid versions, providing either 25GB for $49.99 per year or ‘unlimited’ storage (the company’s fair usage policy applies) for $79.99 per year.
For you comparion, Dropbox offers 2GB free of charge, and you can get 50GB of storage for $99 per year year or 100GB for $199 per year. Box.net offers 5GB of free storage and lets you upgrade to a premium version that offers 500GB of storage for $15 per month ($180 per year).
AVG was originally founded back in 1991 and just two weeks ago announced a $235 million financing deal. The company has a vast user base to be reckoned with: AVG says it currently protects more than 110 million consumers and small businesses from viruses, spam, cyber-scams and hackers on the Internet.