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Show Of Hands April 24th, 2012 12:00am

Do you use an online storage or back-up service like Dropbox or Google Drive?

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04/28/12 1:08 pm

At my school we drop box our assignments to our teachers

dotnetdev Georgia
04/28/12 12:11 pm

i use baclblaze.mu willmif u ever lose your entire hard drive with no backup.

yesmaam socal
04/25/12 7:43 pm

USB key is where I keep all my stuffs

anarchy4s South Carolina
04/25/12 11:26 am

Dropbox...every day for work. It's PHENOMINAL!


04/25/12 7:42 am

Well, eventually I'll get around to backing my stuff up on iCloud...but not yet lol

ryno Flyover Country
04/24/12 9:44 pm

I love drop box for file storage, but that's it. I would shy away from cloud backups.

Shazam Scaramouche, OH
04/24/12 8:51 pm

Only for kiddie porn....just kidding!

jooshmond Illinois
04/24/12 8:07 pm

Already using Dropbox, thank god, would have failed plenty of projects without that

BadBadger Georgia
04/24/12 8:02 pm

It pays to read the fine print, but everyone already knew that, right? lol

BadBadger Georgia
04/24/12 8:01 pm

I use Dropbox to share files between my devices, and with other people, but nothing sensitive.

BadBadger Georgia
04/24/12 7:58 pm

I like Dropbox, but I will not be using Google Drive. Google "Google Drive" and read the CNET article "Who Owns Your Files on Google Drive?"

nrwnknght6
04/24/12 7:42 pm

iCloud nice to be able to backup without hooking up to my computer

Wert A picture of my junk
04/24/12 7:23 pm

I'm not willing to trust cloud services with my backup just yet. I'll use it for document sharing, but not all of my data. I backup at home and at the office.

pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
04/24/12 6:10 pm

Hell to the no child. That's all kinds of foolish! Never store personal information off-site if you can help it. And make the on-site storage is well-protected.

scottstots Georgia
04/24/12 2:13 pm

I have used Dropbox, but not for anything really important. I typically use an external drive if I need to backup something significant.

raywygo Pittsburgh
04/24/12 2:09 pm

I will never trust an Internet service with my data. I use my own drive

Fresh1
04/24/12 1:09 pm

A little bit. Not really. My comp isn't backed up but I should do that even though there's nothing really on there

AndreasEdlef
04/24/12 12:04 pm

Dropbox , and of course iCloud :)

AnnieM The Island
04/24/12 12:02 pm

I use iCloud for the things on my iPad, but that is mostly just so I can have a back up for my music and my and my son's books. Everything on our desktop is backed up to 2 different external drives. one kept in a fire safe and one kept at my husband's work.

2katz I live in Nebraska
04/24/12 11:59 am

Dropbox only for temporary transfers of large files, like sharing a music practice session with the group, etc. never anything personal. I don't have iCloud yet and hate being forced in that direction.

goldy California
04/24/12 11:57 am

Dropbox! iCloud too. I would love to try google's. I tried Evernote but I didn't dig the ads.

Phycoz
04/24/12 11:06 am

I have no need for it, I don't have any personal or important things on my computer.

cbbfle Nashville, TN
04/24/12 10:47 am

Dropbox, but usually Evernote can do enough.

sneuby Philadelphia
04/24/12 9:53 am

Dropbox is my life. Lol not really but I put all my school and debate docs in it and it is fantastic.

honored
04/24/12 9:37 am

It's the perfect way to give hackers access to everything they need about you, they can access your network, control your computer, steal your identity, there is so much possible harm with these online services.

Forte667
04/24/12 9:12 am

I'm paranoid about things like that I just buy hard drives

Catman62
04/24/12 9:04 am

Dropbox. I store important documents like home inventories on it in case of a fire. Also makes maintaining a file on two computers a snap.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
04/24/12 9:04 am

No, and probably never will. Security is nowhere near good enough, and the US based providers would release my data to the government, something I would certainly not do. The overhead of double encrypting every file before storage makes it too unwieldy.

fxdwg
04/24/12 9:00 am

External hard drive locked in a safe for me. Do like putting my stuff where just anyone can get to it when they feel like it.

Zack100 Tatooine
04/24/12 8:59 am

@Fionaandcake! Same here! Dropbox is my hero! It beats sending emails and using a USB drive

rob92776 Michigan
04/24/12 8:49 am

love it use this link to sign up and get an extra 500 mb of free space db.tt/JauQHge

FIAT2LUX On Planet Earth
04/24/12 8:33 am

A little, but I keep my important info off. The security is a little bit too iffy with so many hackable points. I'll stick to physical backup when I can.