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a client of mine has a 1TB hard drive filled with pictures since he is a part time photographer.

I am trying to find a web service or some kind of solution in which I can back up these photos....

Any ideas
    
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External hard drive?

Internal hard drive?
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External hard drive?

Internal hard drive?

It an internal but I am going to get him a USB enclosure when I go to Microcenter in a few weeks.

Basically I want to find an effective way to backup his pictures since I really want to reformat this drive but it looks like I might have to settle for a defrag.
    
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Plenty of services where you can pay a yearly/monthly fee for unlimited storage and bandwidth as far as I know. Photobucket.com being one. Perhaps simpler would be renting server space that doesn't give you a lot of power but gives you plenty of space and setting that up to hold files and folders like he has them currently. Seeing photobucket would mean having to remake all the folders.

Will most likely take quite a while to upload all of them though. Personally I'd be much happier with a self-sufficient external drive (as in one with it's own power adapter).
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Move the pictures to another hard drive is what I'm getting at.
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Quote:
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Move the pictures to another hard drive is what I'm getting at.

I agree.


That would be the easiest.
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home or business nas?
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well I dont have another hard drive to move these too at the moment. Seems like every service(Flickr,Picasa,Deviant) dont let you have more than 1GB of storage...

just need a online service of some sorts I think.
    
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Well, I'm thinking a second hard drive is your only option.
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post #10 of 23
You have a client, so Im assuming you have a business... And you dont have an extra drive? My rule is if I dont mind if the information gets stolen then it can go in the cloud. Otherwise dont give control of it up. Second, why do you want to format the drive and then replace the photos? Just defrag and leave it alone.
    
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