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Old 8 February 2017, 17:29
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So, I am getting to the point of having to jettison the free version of Dropbox and pay for it, or something else. Dropbox is easy to use and works across all machines.

I like the privacy/security benefits of Spider Oak, but it seems difficult to setup.

I have seen iDrive gets good ratings. Does anyone have any experience with it?

Just seeking opinions on who likes what.

Thanks.
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Old 8 February 2017, 21:23
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SpiderOak has worked well for me. I have several platforms, home and work, and have been able to synchronize with only minor issues. It also reassures me that my personal office files remain mine, not on the company computer. The ability to share files quickly with others that I might not know, securely, is a plus for me as well.
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Old 9 February 2017, 07:26
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Spideroak. Have a function called 'Hive' which works like Dropbox. Otherwise you get a solid encrypted backup product.
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