idriveWith the recent celebrity nude photos leak scandal where Apple has washed their hands from any responsibility concerning iCloud, it is definitely a good idea to take a pause and think about where you would want to store your most private and personal images, making sure that nobody will be able to gain access to them other than yourself. The best would be to avoid snapping such personal intimate photos altogether, but what of other sensitive documents? Here is an alternative – IDrive that offers 2TB of cloud storage for less than $5 per month.

It might sound rather pricey at the beginning for the uninitiated, but when you compare it to Dropbox and their charges of $10 each month for 1TB of storage space, you know that you’re getting more bang for your buck with iDrive. Apart from that, IDrive also has another plan that involves 10TB of backup alongside 10TB of sync space, totaling 20TB for $499.50 each year.

As for security, the IDrive will feature 256-bit AES military grade encryption with a private key option, IDrive Express – a free service that lets you transfer large amounts of data to the cloud in double quick time (up to 3TB max) through physical storage shipment without the need for any bandwidth usage, backup and sync functionality for an unlimited number of PCs and mobile devices, and a mobile app for iOS and Android devices that opens the door for mobile backup and restore. Having options is always a good thing, don’t you think so?

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