I'm thinking of paying for some cloud storage and I'd like to hear your recommendations and experiences with cloud storage providers. I'd like the best bang/buck and preferably something that works well with Linux (Void is my current distro). I had been using Keybase as they offer 250GB of space for free(?), though I recently learned they've been acquired by Zoom which...concerns me. Plus, I can't seem to get the filesystem mounted on Void for some reason =/.
Here are a few I'm considering:
Google One: $20 a year for 100GB
Microsoft 365: $70 for 1TB of storage + Microsoft productivity suite (that I probably won't use all that much)
Out of these options, I think I'd prefer Microsoft at this point.
Cloudamo: $25 a year for 100GB. Bonus that it's built on open-source tech and looks pretty flexible.
pCloud: I've been seeing this recommended in my current search for a provider. But... seeing as of this posting the website is down, I'm not filled with confidence.
Wasabi: More of a DIY option, it'd be ~$72 a year for 1TB.
Cloudamo looks the most promising, here.
- I have a 2TB drive that I guess I can expose to the Internet as a fileserver. Dunno what my ISPs policy on this is and I wouldn't be confident in its reliability.
Well, those are a few options. Got any more?