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Client-side encryption for cloud storage

There is a free and basic tool called CryptSync which is something like a cross between 7Zip (for compression and encryption) and SynchToy (for scheduled synch). You can synch compressed and ...
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Possibility of a personal server

Plenty. Most famous one would be Nextcloud. I'm running that for years, and am very satisfied with it. Coming with "core functionality" like file storage, calendar and contacts, it has ...
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Software to backup incrementally to cloud provider

Use Borg (or another incremental backup program) alongside a cloud access tool Consider using a combination of utilities that each do a part of what you want, instead of a single giant program that ...
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Alternative to Whatsapp that takes less phone storage space

WhatsApp can actually be configured to use much less phone space: Go to the settings Touch "Data and storage usage" Find the "Media auto-download" section In each of the items in that section, ...
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Dropbox Family plan alternative

I ended up using a hardware solution. I am using a Synology NAS box at home. You can get it in lots of configurations and sizes snd put in the drives you want, in a RAID configuration. Then you can ...
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Free file storage, working as Git/GitHub, Windows, portable

You can try MEGA: 50GB free Can synchronize files through MEGAsync (you can copy the MEGAsync from %appdata% to your USB-stick) You can share files
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Google Cloud Storage (Nearline) - Incremental/differential backup tool

Consider using CloudBerry Backup. It supports Google nearline and allows you to perform incremental and differential backups. More information here: http://www.cloudberrylab.com/amazon-s3-cloud-...
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Client-side encryption for cloud storage

Maybe PanBox. Their Github page claims that You can download the manual for PanBox from www.panbox.org, which fits for the Windows, Linux and Android version. The download page references GPLed ...
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Folder Encryption Software

If you are not married to Google Drive, look into SpiderOak. Its client encrypts files locally on your PC before uploading & decrypts on download. The SpiderOak team don't have any access to ...
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What's the best approach for archiving/storing many files to easily access them later?

Maybe you should consider Owncloud? Here is a quote from it: Access your data from all your devices, on an open platform you can extend and modify. The way I often introduce OwnCloud to somebody ...
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Library for file management. Two backends: filesystem, s3

I suggest you give Siilo a try. It is a storage abstraction layer for Python. Siilo gives you a base API with operations like open and delete, that you can use without worrying about what is being ...
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Software to backup incrementally to cloud provider

Have a look at duplicati. It does fit all of your conditions if I'm not mistaken : It works with standard protocols like FTP, SSH, WebDAV as well as popular services like Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon ...
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PDF annotations across multiple systems

It sounds like you are looking for Mendeley - it is an online service with apps for desktop & mobile that provides: Web App Desktop Apps for Windows 7+, MacOS & Linux iOS & Android Apps ...
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Is there any cloud service has end to end encryption plus binary diff sync?

To get end-to-end encryption it is inevitable to install a piece of software on your client. Such tools exist and often work with more than one cloud. I would recommend to have a look at Boxcryptor, ...
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Dropbox-like alternative as a service for the server

You can use Nextcloud for this. There are providers offering a few GB for free, like the Germany-based Webo or Swiss-based W├Âlkli, both offering 3GB storage in their free plans. Nextcloud file ...
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Mount cloud storages (Dropbox/Gdrive) as virtual disk or virtual folder inside Windows file system (free alternative to Mountain Duck)

https://www.raidrive.com/ I am using it for WebDAV, but it also supports common clouds storages. Currently its free.
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How to store unlimited pictures and videos for free without losing original quality?

Partial solution: Google Photos will back up unlimited quantity photos and videos with a cap on quality: Back up unlimited photos and videos for free, up to 16MP and 1080p HD. Access them from ...
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A cloud storage package that supports a .gitignore style file

Nextcloud now supports such behavior, though some have described the feature as buggy. See the issue in the tracker. Nextcloud is self hosted, but I believe that most would characterize setup as ...
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Is it possible to have a private dropbox like service / software that stores on my harddisk and syncs across my devices?

Decided to enter an anwser, as too much for comments: If you want something like a self-hosted dropbox replacement, you can look at these options: Filerun ProjectSend FileBrowser But if you want ...
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Synchronized cloud storage that allows sync to be toggled ON/OFF at the subfolder level

You can do this with AJC Sync - I am the author. This is sync/backup software that can work with multiple cloud providers like Dropbox, OneDrive, GoogleDrive etc. It can sync your files direct to the ...
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Local photo management software as good as Google Photos wanted

digiKam is open-source desktop software with a lot of features of Google Photos, like galleries, showing photos on a map, and identifying faces. In my experience, it is both more and less powerful ...
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Looking for a Cloud storage solution with friendly terms of service

I now use a service called Sync.com Its encrypted at both ends which means that data is much more secure and protected than if using a service such as Drive. Its also free.
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Mountable, "server-less" online storage to replace Google Drive Sync

I would suggest taking a look at Amazon S3 for your actual storage and Cloud Berry Pro for the user interface. Amazon S3 storage charges look reasonable to me for the use that you are envisioning ...
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Self-Hosted Cloud Storage

By limiting yourself to 2 GB microSD card you just seriously complicate your life, and even using something like Alpine Linux won't be sufficient, plus your DB will grow over time, not to mention that ...
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Self-Hosted Cloud Storage

I use ownCloud. It meets all your requirements. The only thing I would say is you need to be a little patient with ownCloud. If you make an edit to a file, make sure it has synced before making ...
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Self-Hosted Cloud Storage

I have been running a Seafile cloud server from an original pi for over a year now. They support all the requirements that you list with bug fixes and new features being added at regular intervals. ...
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Cloud storage desktop client with no local copy

Google Drive Google Drive can be used without installing any software on your local computer. Use most any modern web browser. Drag-and-drop files from your local file system into the Google Drive ...
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Backup and sync few important files to cloud

This comes down to personal preferences. Due to your wish to secure your data, I am going to suggest you invest in OwnCloud (I have no experience with NextCloud so I cannot recommend). There are a ...
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CMS with SSO, cloud support, i18n

Among all the CMS platforms, I'd go with Wordpress, possibly WP multisite if you are considering a network. It scales nicely - a few really big newssites run on it - for your perusal: https://...
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