Drive & Dropbox both offer automatic synchronization between accounts using their app. I think Amazon does too. Drive practically begs
for access to your Dropbox account.+Brian Holt Hawthorne
Running the sync app for both accounts would work
, but that's a tremendous waste of last-mile bandwidth.+Steve Schwartz
& +Frank Severino
& +Shawn H Corey
have the right idea:
Encrypt the data yourself & if you can't afford to operate your own offsite storage, rent remote server access.
That way you get remote accessible offsite storage, plus the added capability of running server/desktop apps & other services remotely.
Some DNS or web-hosting plans offer server storage with rates that are very competitive with "cloud" storage fees.
If your media is of interest to anyone else, you can let peer-to-peer networks host it for you. When the old 250gb hard drive storing my comprehensive Star Trek
collection failed, it took only 5 days to download all 200gb from the torrent I had uploaded to the mainline (public) DHT. 200gb stored for two years... for free... What's that cost on Dropbox if you don't have a Facebook account to spam people with?
"Real men don't make backups; They upload it via FTP & let the world mirror it for them." - Linus Torvalds