The latest Digital Photography Review
newsletter has an article that may be of interest to some:
Mylio, a subscription-based photo organization and storage program, is making a debut at this year's PhotoPlus Expo in new York. Created by MyLO, a Bellevue, Washington-based company, Mylio offers cross-device access to a user's collection of photos, without them having to change their storage structure. The software makes photos available for viewing and editing on a desktop, laptop, phone or mobile device, with edits synced between devices, and original files backed up in several places in an effort to keep them safe.
Mylio offers three subscription plans: ...
...Mylio is definitely worth a test run for a photographer who already has a great storage system in place and is looking for quick access to more of his or her photos. As we've already stated, Mylio isn't a storage service, but acts rather a coordinator of your own storage devices. Inevitably, someone without that storage structure in place may not find Mylio as useful as it can be. It's also worth remembering that we've looked at Mylio in its first iteration, and we'll be watching to see how it evolves.