You’ve been using computers long enough to know how much of a pain it is to lose important documents. It probably started when you were in school, and the computer crashed, causing you to lose all the recent changes you made to a term paper (or maybe you lost the entire perm paper and had to start from scratch). Even if you learned your lesson and started to save documents every few minutes (or, better yet, activated auto-save features), the loss of data and inability to access important files has likely grown in magnitude.
From leaving the computer, you worked on a document at home to a system update not updating a program correctly, leaving you with a corrupt file. As long as there are computers, there will be the occasional problem with accessing vital data. At least that’s the case if you have the files stored in one location. However, if you have the files stored on the cloud, you can access the data from not only anywhere with an Internet connection but just about any approved device as well. So ditch the hassle of missing files and take advantage of cloud backup solutions.