A few months back Adobe launched Acrobat.com website to compete with Google Docs, Microsoft Office Web Apps, and Zoho. Officially, they are online services where you can upload, create, and share documents but can however be used as online storage to backup all your files too.
SkyDrive Explorer helps in uploading and accessing files from Windows Live SkyDrive storage, a service where all Office Web Apps Documents are stored. You can upload your files to Google Docs as well using any one of the many methods, integration in Windows Explorer is also possible with Gladinet.
Acrobat.com only provides 5GB of free storage, 20GB less than what Windows Live SkyDrive provide but nevertheless it could still benefit users who use products from Adobe.
CloudDrive is a simple desktop application for Windows which allow users to quickly access their Acrobat.com storage from desktop. All documents are listed on the main interface with options to open, download, upload, or delete a document.
It supports drag & drop functionality so you can drag the files directly into the main interface to backup instantly. Select Create Folder from File menu to create a new folder. Apart from the main functionality you can also choose to change the view similar to the one found in Windows Explorer.
It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.