Before the digital camera revolution we had photo prints which were passed on generation to generation as family memory. It was in the year 1972 when ‘Texas Instruments Incorporated’ patented the first filmless electronic camera. The scene slowly began to change. Eastman Kodak Company began selling professional digital cameras in 1991. The moment when you realize that you have just lost your entire photo collection, you would willingly pay any amount to go back in time and make a rock-solid photo backup! Won’t you? Unfortunately, ‘The Time Machine’ is just a science fiction novel by H. G. Wells and not a real machine. We wish it actually existed to help us through situations like these. Storing photos onto your home PC and an external drive doesn’t sound like a backup to rely on. An external hard drive or USB thumb drive can be lost or damaged or it may malfunction anytime without any prior warning or signal. So, you will never have full peace of mind that your photos are really safe and backed up. This is where online photo backup services come in and play an important role. We highly recommend cloud storage over the offline storage mediums. Even in the events of a disaster, if your photos are stored online or 'in the cloud' then it is considered safe. One biggest advantage of backing up photos online or on the cloud is that you can access it from anywhere in the world (with an internet connection). Another big advantage of using an online photo backup solution is that you can send large files and folders to the people. It is advisable to create redundant backups of your photo collection using multiple online storage services.
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