If you use Bitcasa for cloud backups, then note that you must, within the next 2 weeks or so, login to Bitcasa and press some buttons – otherwise they will delete all your existing stored data (not just UpdraftPlus backups, but anything else you had there).
To get the full information, read the following FAQ on Bitcasa’s site: https://support.bitcasa.com/hc/en-us/articles/203936983
Note… for any support related to this issue, you’ll need to talk to Bitcasa – we’re just passing this on as a “community service announcement”. As previously noted, it won’t be possible to send any new backups to Bitcasa at all after 15th November 2014 – so you’ll want to reconfigure your sites to use a different cloud storage provider by then. But even if you’ve done that, you’ll still want to act now to preserve your existing backup sets.
Sadly, Bitcasa have been a major disappointment to us and others, with their ever-changing setups, and very short notice periods, or no notice at all for some things. This kind of FAQ makes us shake our head in wonder again at what they’re thinking:
Why is there such a tight deadline? Why not more time? We feel like we are giving users a fair amount of time. Our priority is to get people on to the new system as soon as possible so they can start benefiting from the new performance and security enhancements that it offers. We are communicating heavily with our users, sending information and reminders to ensure they don’t forget to make the switch before the deadline.
David Anderson (founder, lead developer, UpdraftPlus)