I really would appreciate your input concerning the best, reasonable priced, but most of all, speech friendly cloud backup service.
I previously tried iDrive for about a year, but frankly didn't make as much use of it as I would have liked, because I didn't find their dashboard interface to be all that screen-reader friendly.
I must admit that I am a bit paranoid about cloud storage due to "real" or imagined privacy and security issues. Not that I have any extremely sensitive material to worry about, mostly music and books, but still, even in these times when privacy seems to be kind of a joke, would like to have at least the optimum level of it.
Anyway, if any of you have any ideas, feel free to contact me off list with suggestions.
Oh yes, Is OneDrive a good option for this kind of thing? Right now I have about 700gb of stuff that I could back up. Am now using an external drive, but fear that it might die sooner than I would like.
Sarah k Alawami
I use backblaze, dropbox, one drive, and that's about it.
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On 9 Jan 2021, at 14:36, Larry Higgins wrote: