prestonh at gmail.com
Mon Dec 23 16:29:31 UTC 2013
On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 4:08 AM, thufir <hawat.thufir at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know Ubuntu One offers some space, and http://rsyncpalace.com/ is 200GB
> for $6/mo.
> That's the going price? About 100GB. Maybe I'll get a USB enclosure
> instead. Just wondering anyone knows of other rsync friendly sites for
> home use.
What are you wanting the space for?
For backup, general storage, expansion, etc?
If for backup, an on-site USB enclosure has different plusses and minuses
than off-site. Primarily, an on-site USB will have quicker backups and
restores and be generally easier to secure. It is more vulnerable to
theft, fire/physical damage, and electrical surge since you are basically
putting all of your data in one physical location.
For off-site, you might look at crashplan.com. They are $6 a month for
unlimited backup, but it is intended as a backup service, not a "cloud
storage" service. For cloud storage, Google drive is around $5 per month
for 100 GB, Amazon cloud drive is around $4.20 per month for 100 GB or
there are thousands of other providers small and large in various price
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