Image source: Cloud storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive has been around for many years. They provide a great platform to store your files and have them available on all your devices since their applications will sync the data on the cloud to all your devices. It's a great way for people to share and collaborate. But there seems to be a worrying trend where people associate having cloud storage has having backed up their data. I've asked many of my colleagues the simple question "Do you backup your data regularly?" and the worrying answer is "I have a copy of it on Google Drive (or OneDrive, or EasyShare) since I sync my files".  Image source; So, is syncing your files to Google Drive or OneDrive really backing up your files? The answer is a definite NO. To understand