Some of my friends love to use DropBox, because apps like Scrivener and other WordPress backup solutions offer the ability to save backups in the cloud. However, there are privacy issues that may affect the storing of business or confidential files.
In Snowden: Dropbox is hostile to privacy, unlike ‘zero knowledge’ Spideroak we read:
Cloud companies need to pursue the zero knowledge system, he said, where they host and process content on behalf of customers without having access to it themselves.
Can your cloud service provider read the data that you store in their servers?
Will check out spideroak.com and look into Zero Knowledge privacy.
The free version gives you 2 GB of storage space.