Finding a safe place for my data for decades to come is an interesting thought, and I gave it quite a bit of thought ...
Moving my files from point a to point b easily, and storing them offsite at as low a cost as possible is very important to me.
I want to feel comfortable to archive (for the long haul) the stuff I can't afford to ever lose (marriage license, copies of birth certificates, family photos, tax records/docs, ...).
Nothing more is really needed. Just get it from a to b, and store it in b for safekeeping.
I think Antoine de Saint-Exupery said something like "perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away." That's my philosophy as well, and seems like this app's philosophy too. Real simple is good.
I'm using iProtectMac to send copies of all my important local docs/files to the cloud. And with Amazon's Glacier pricing, I'm doing it for basically peanuts.
I real like that this app uses Amazon’s Web Services on-demand cloud storage - they have data centers all over the world from Brazil to China. I'm pretty sure they will be there in the future, since they're doing about $6+ billion in sales, and are valued at something crazy like $19 billion.
It's comforting to know that all my super important personal stuff will be there when (or if) I ever need to access it. So kind of forever ...
I like it.