I'm currently using the following backup solutions:
* all pictures and video's taken with my Android phones: Google Drive
* Music: all uploaded and synced to Google Music
* for all photo's before this became a thing: DropBox
* Documents and other files: SOS Online Backup
* Oh and I have a 80Gb drive lying around at my parent's place, with all my documents etc up till then
I also have an old Qnap NAS lying around, which I haven't used in years.
Apart from that I also use DropBox to easily access files everywhere, especially (public) work-related files. As my SOS Online Backup subscription will expire at the end of March, and as the price will about double, I'm looking to find another solution. I would love to still be able to access my data anywhere, but would also love to ditch DropBox for privacy reasons.
I saw an advert for Lima last week, and their product seemed to fit the bill perfectly: you connect their device to your router on one end and a hard drive on the other. The data is fully encrypted yet accessible through the Lima app. Unfortunately, Amazon was rife with critical reviews. Apparently Lima didn't fulfill their Kickstarter promises and delivered a buggy, unfinished and inflexible product.
So I'm wondering what Goodjerville is using as backup/archiving/private cloud storage solution? Is there anything out there like Lima that actually works?