We all have our two back-up copies of important images.
But what happens in a case of fire, flood, or earthquake. Our back-up drives would die just like our main computers.
Creating an additional back-up through cloud services is a good option.
Here's a link to a good article on livehacker: http://lifehacker.com/five-best-cloud-storage-providers-614393607
Looks like those are their four recommendations:
1. Dropbox: $ 200.00 per year for 200 Gb, $ 100.00/year for 100Gb
2. Google Drive: $ 60.00/year for 100 Gb, $120.00/year for 200Gb.
Sugarsync, and $100.00/year for 100Gb, $250.00/year for 250 Gb.
Bitcasa: $ 85.00/year for 1000Gb ( 1 Terabyte).
(Microsoft's Skydrive is also mentioned, but I'm on a Mac).
Looking at the voting chart (never trust a statistic sheet you haven't cooked yourself) Dropbox comes out on top.
Now my question to you all:
Have you used cloud services for backup, and what was your experience? What would you recommend?