I assume you mean 3 TB of data.
Crash Plan gets good reviews. I may give it another look.
I don't trust any cloud system, but a cloud system is great for many
uses. For long-term trust, I have two (relatively new now) RAID-6 NAS
units one backing up the other in two different parts of my house.
I have off-site drives and I have some stuff in the cloud.
One Drive was a disappointment.
The big deal is all my sons' data is on both their computers, Dropbox,
and my two NAS units (we are decommissioning their local NAS units in
their dorm rooms).
I have the JPGs of the family pictures on my Dropbox which I share with
them (the 1 TB plan). The whole lot of storage right now is approaching
On 1/12/2016 8:56 PM, Steve Ramm wrote:
> I'm in no way a tekkie and I've been buying portable hard drives - I have
> more big VIDEO files and Photos than Sound Files. Last year (March) I read
> an article on Cloud Storage in the Wall Street Journal and they HIGHLY
> recommended a company called Code 42 in Canada that has software called Crash
> Plan. It's $50 a year (really cheap for what I'm getting) and has no limit.
> It actually backed up my FOUR hard Drives (PC and Three) with about 3 GB of
> data and whenever I need something I can retrieve it. I'm really happy with
> it. I use Dropbox for SHARING - not back up.
> BTW, the folks at Crash Plan answer the phone in Canada and speak perfect
> English <g>
> I found the review. Here it is FWIW.
> Steve Ramm
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