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Old 05-02-2020, 09:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to completely get off google and looking for somewhere to store my data backups. I'm looking for something cheap where I can basically SCP my data up to. I don't need any fancy GUI or desktop app. Just somewhere I can store data to backup.
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I'm trying to completely get off google and looking for somewhere to store my data backups. I'm looking for something cheap where I can basically SCP my data up to. I don't need any fancy GUI or desktop app. Just somewhere I can store data to backup.
have you looked at Onedrive, it maps to your profile, and you can drag and drop or just use standard CMD/ PS to create tasks to back up to Onedrive.
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