For those of you needing an easy backup solution for logs and other important files, you should look into a something like Dropbox or SpiderOak.
You can create or designate folders that are backup folders, and these folders are backed up to the cloud in real time, whenever changes are made. For example- in HRD, one of the backup locations I have specified is a zip file in a folder automatically backed up by SpiderOak. Whenever changes are made to the backup file SpiderOak senses it, and launches the back up process automatically.
Dropbox can do the same thing.
Dropbox is easier to setup, but lacks the customization of SpiderOak. SpiderOak is more secure, in that the SpiderOak administrators cannot decrypt your files. It is possible for Dropbox administrators to decrypt your files.
Right now you get 2 gigs free for signing up with either. This is plenty of room for log files, LOTW TQSL keys, and the like.
You can also install the client on another computer, and keep the same group of files in sync on it through your account.
If you think you will like SpiderOak better, use my referral link to sign up and we both will get an extra gig of storage free: https://spideroak.com/download/referral/adfc3f789282eda0dad0589c09627cd0