Can anyone recommend affordable and reliable cloud storage? I need 4 TB worth. Thanks.

Walela
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blackdog
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Have you looked at Amazon Web Services? That would be a good place to start. For personal use (or SMB) JustCloud might be worth a look as well.

jimlynch
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I tried answering this a few times, but each attempt was prevented by itWorld's spam filter. Try doing a google search for "cheap cloud storage" and you should get some helpful articles.

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