Everyone's always looking for more data storage. Your 1TB storage isn't always enough. Getting more backup space is essential. Or so we've been told all this while. Tech blogger Adrian Shrot suggests that a lower threshold for data backup is a good thing.
Why is that? He suggests that its a way to help you find the time to maintain what you have.
Rather than trying to accommodate what we've got, we should work the other way. Find the threshold that makes sense for you, that you've got the time to maintain, that you can afford and that creates an acceptable amount of work and complication for you.
Then work down towards that level. Less is always an advantage.
That's an interesting way to look at it. After all, if there are physical hoarders in real life, why can't there be digital hoarders too? What do you use your data storage for? Do you keep files that are of no use to use anymore? Let us know in the comments!