I've been using ADrive and don't have too many complaints. They don't mention that you can "only" upload the lesser of either 1000 files or 1GB a data in one go if you're using the "free" storage (seven bucks a month gets you FTP). Sometimes the Java upload applet hangs or crashes, and if you're taking the freebie, you have to track your file changes yourself, but Cloud storage makes you effectively theft, fire, loss, etc. proof, unlike a portable or a thumb drive.
Originally Posted by JOELB
Biggest risk: if the hosting company goes under (NEVER delete the original from your own drive!). Something like that happened with an image-hosting company a few years back, and thousands of users lost millions of photos. There's other services too, so shop around...
Pretty much the wave of the future, methinks...in a few years, thumb and portable drives will seem as quaint as floppies...
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