There are so many companies that offer cloud storage that it's hard to know which is the best to use. If you upload your photos and videos to the cloud I'd love to hear what you live/dislike about the cloud service you're using.
Usually as long as you're paying for the subscription. I guess the data within free accounts would be safe until the service changed their TOS or you deleted your account. If you can get by without paying for cloud storage then I say go for it. Save money where you can.For how long does the data get backed up?
I've thought about that, but I think hackers usually target celebrities and politicians rather than consumers and small businesses. You can usually encrypt and password protect your files which adds another layer of security. I use both cloud storage and a solid state drive to back up my work, so if one fails I'll still have the other copy. I mostly use cloud storage because it allows me to access my work from any device as long a there's an internet connection. For me, it makes filming and editing run more smoothly.What I worry most about is how secure data is in the cloud?
You make a good point, although I believe that a good cloud storage plan should give you a guarantee so that you don't have to back up data anyway! Nonetheless, having a plan B is always advisable.I mostly use cloud storage because it allows me to access my work from any device as long a there's an internet connection. For me, it makes filming and editing run more smoothly.