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Old 10-14-2011, 09:21 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by jersysman View Post
Right now I would have voted for none. I just have no trust of putting my files anywhere that may not be there tomorrow. I'm pretty much set in my ways and just prefer to have my backups where I can touch or see them. This poll really needed a None option as well.
I do wonder how long Dropbox will be able to remain viable being a primarily free service. I expect that someday we'll all get notices about their "reasonable" annual fees. But as long as Dropbox isn't the only place I have my files, I don't worry about it. I feel comfortable having my files in more than one location - especially considering the risk of something such as a house fire or disaster destroying all local copies. Redundancy.
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