Archiving in the cloud?

Tell me some simple program that will perform automatic archiving of data from the computer to the cloud.
Myself use Google drive. But it have to throw yourself files.
I would like to mention the necessary folders on the hard, and whatever they every couple of days went to the drive in separate folder, which is cleaned from a previous backup. That was not the dump of the no longer needed files or copies.

I beg your pardon. Axis Windows.
July 2nd 19 at 14:02
3 answers
July 2nd 19 at 14:04
Take any backup program (which You like, which a whole darkness) and set the copy location folder Google drive, I am sure, so can you. You can also try to connect to Google drive via the WebDAV Protocol as a network drive if folder Google drive something goes wrong.

Think about "porridge in the destination folder", there are many programs that can create archives. For speed - you can add mode backup without compression (set the compression to 0), put "automatic addition of the archive" that would be backed up only changed files, and so on. Just play with the program settings for the backup, one, two, three... they are really very much full of free and almost any OS.
July 2nd 19 at 14:06
Under OS X there is Arq.
July 2nd 19 at 14:08
G. if the Drive is already on the computer, then you can just to store the files you want to sync with the cloud. But if it is deleted deleting files from the folder.
Or use the DropBox - even if the files disappeared from the folder and synced, they can be restored using the web interface.
But at the same time on one computer/drive to keep 2 copies of the files I think are not appropriate, i.e. it is better to keep the files in the folder of the cloud.

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