Everything digital winds up on some kind of cloud, whether we want it or not. Photrio Media and Flickr and Zenfolio and the stuff we shoot with phones...it all winds up in a cloud, with or without our control...no matter what website hosts claim (IMO). OK. I want to start using some kind of cloud/s to back my processed images up. Everything I shoot digitally and almost everything I printed for years in darkroom (if I cared about it) has already been scanned, stored in a hard drive, and backed up on another hard drive. Problem is, much of the Western United States is bone dry. Fires are expanding. Homes in cities aren't safer from fires than are homes in wilderness. Question: what cloud system do you use now, are you happy with it...or do you intend to use soon? I'm undecided. This OT fits perfectly with "ethics and philosophy of photography" because so many of us routinely whistle through the graveyard and falsely try to convince others that allegedly "archival" prints can be counted upon for the next generation.