Discussion in 'polls' started by Hadron, Aug 16, 2016.
OneDrive, Google Drive, Samsung Cloud Drive.
currently im using pCLOUD with 500GB storage space (promotion, lifetme license, price i guess: $60). Few weeks ago i also purchased the encryption option
(promotion, also lifetime license, price: $105 ). The access is quite comfortable (via the drive letter 'P' in my file manager 'directory Opus') therefore the only
cloud service im currently using is pCloud. The up and download speed is quite good so im very satisfied with this service.
I have about 400 GB of lossless music (and counting), and I would like to back it up online, so I'm looking for a cheap and reliable storage provider.
Suggestions are welcome.
SpiderOAK becasue they use encryption zero-knowledge and unlimited syncs devices.
They are like ProtonMail system is setup to give most privacy as is only posible while dropbox and other need give data to police on each call.
Sync app. They're not an automatic backup cloud service provider, however they have a feature called Sync Vault. The files in the Vault are stored separately from the syncing service. You'd manually upload the container folder. After completion, any subsequent upload attempts from that specific folder will be scanned for any new or changed files; only those will be uploaded. The files are identified by their file path.
Their sync and vault features have worked flawlessly for me and are zero-knowledge services. They've promptly/professionally answered (email) the few questions I've had.
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