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Originally posted by scorpiosin
I don't trust the cloud. Never had a need to use it either really so I will be old fashioned and keep my data on my own equipment. I have no doubts any alphabet agency that wanted to could access the information or even manipulate it.
What if the cloud went down and I had an insatiable urge to watch a movie of the adult midget variety.
When you sign up for iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of free storage. And that’s plenty of room, because of the way iCloud stores your content. Your purchased music, movies, apps, books, and TV shows — as well as your Photo Stream — don’t count against your free storage. That 5GB goes a long way for your mail, documents, account information, settings, and other app data. And if you need more storage, you can easily purchase an upgrade right from your device.
5GB of free storage is plenty for most people. But if you need extra space, you can always buy additional storage.
Additional Storage Price
15GB total iCloud storage
25GB total iCloud storage
55GB total iCloud storage
Originally posted by Zarniwoop
In a business model, cloud computing makes a ton of sense. For most non-technical, small to mid-size companies, it does not make sense to spend the money on IT resources, both physical and human.
I agree with you, this "cloud" is a government owned and operated database. This means that TPTB will have full, unfettered access to all your files.
That is why I run Linux
100.00/yr for 50gb!