Hi all, Going through the hardware my father has left behind, we're finding a LOT of data on various storage. A lot of this is either timing data from motorsports (we did all the timekeeping for about 50% of all motorsports across Australia between the early 80s until the early 00s) which I have most of preserved. The other bulk of data is geneology research - including photos and thousands of scanned documents (birth certificates, documentation of migrations, that kind of thing). I also have the unenviable task of potentially having to syphon off data from hundreds of 1.2MB floppies for the Commodorre 64 (old timing data) - some of this has already been done though. Going through receipts of things he's bought, I've found at least 6 3TB drives he'll have around somewhere in the last 4 years, PLUS there's a Qnap 569L with 5x3TB Reds, and a HP Microserver with 4x2TB drives. I'm open to suggestions as to what's the best way to consolidate this data and store it - preferably cloud-based so we don't have to actually run the infrastructure, so I can then just have say a couple of 8TB archive drives powered off with the data locally. Maybe rsync to these periodically. Upstream bandwidth isn't a huge issue (quotas might be) - I have a fast link at home and an even faster link at work. Right now, I don't know the total volume - but I could hazard a guess there's between 5-10TB of data that needs consolodating and keeping short-term, and 2-5TB of data that actually needs keeping long-term. So... open to any idea here that keeps costs down.