I’ve been an avid fan of Dropbox ever since they began, and have securely stored all my files with them just in case my hard drive ever crashes. In fact, I lost six months worth of data because I didn’t backup. So big lesson learned.
Dropbox is an online cloud server where you can store and backup your files remotely. This has many benefits. To name a few: Access your files from anywhere using any device, securely store and backup your files incase of a hard drive crash and the ability to share files with others.
One downside of Dropbox is that when you sign up for free, you only get 2GB of storage. Nowadays, that’s not gonna get you far.
I just heard about Copy.com which is very much like Dropbox.