Okay, Donald is starting to embrace the modern world.
I've been exploring backing up my files to a cloud. The one I like the look of is Zoolz (cost, ease of use, etc). I'm on the trial at the moment, but hoped to move on to buying unlimited cold storage space.
But ......... and it seems to be a very big but! Upload Speeds.
My 'normal' upload speed, whenever I run a test is somewhere about 0.3 to 0.4 Mbps.
Well, I've configured the Zoolz Dashboard and Settings page with every option I can find to maximise bandwidth use, to have it run when the computer is otherwise idle, etc. But at this rate it's going to take me months to upload the stuff. After something like 15/16 hours of running (I don't run it when I'm doing things like typing this) I'm only about 2% the way through. Each Raw (.CR2) file is taking about 30/40 minutes to upload.
And that seems to be to be completely untenable. God knows how long the TIFFs will take once it starts on those.
Can anyone enlighten me. I can't think that home use of clouds for backup is going to work if this is the reality of uploading. On that basis, I assume I'm not getting something right.
Frustrated and disappointed,