Cloudy, with a chance of Unlimitness.
Amazon.$tld just released an unlimited Storage Tier for non-commercial applications for ~70 Bucks a year (depending on your location). And they are not kidding. Not only does the Web-Interface say ‘x used of unlimited’ but once mounted you’ll notice 100TB Quota. And reports on github actually state people reached that limit and even increased that by contacting support. So, plenty of space for your ‘documents’.
In its most basic form you can manage, down- and upload your files via the web-interface. That’s nice for on-the-go, but we are talking serious data here. So we need a client. Amazon offers the usual stuff: Windows Client, OSX Client. No Linux? Don’t be sad. Those clients can’t even do a real ‘sync’. Plus so far all clients upload your files unencrypted. Of course amazon goes ad-fishing with buzzwords from the ‘secure’-department… But they do have a list of compatible file types available. This is just for the web-client that it can index and play media; but this also means they are scanning your files (even if only automatically).
Err, no thanks.
What we want is the ability to mount the CloudDrive in Linux and encrypt everything before uploading.
Let’s get cracking.