If you haven’t checked out Autodesk 360 yet, I highly recommend you do so. (Remember, if you have a forums, Labs, or Subscription account, you already have a 360 account. And if you don’t have one of those, creating a 360 account is still free.)
One main feature of Autodesk 360 is storage. You can upload 3GB worth of files—unless you’re on Subscription, in which case you get 25GB of space. And you’re not limited to storing drawings; you can put any kind of file you like into the cloud.
If you’ve got AutoCAD LT 2013, you can access Autodesk 360 straight from the program.
The “Autodesk 360” button opens your account in a web browser, and “Upload Multiple” opens a file selection dialog you can use to transfer files to the cloud.
But you can also access the cloud from the Open and Save dialogs:
Autodesk 360 is listed in the left-hand pane of those dialogs, along with your Documents, Desktop, and any other favorite places.
I love that this is here—no more hassle to keep the local & cloud versions of a file synced. I can simply save my drawing in the cloud and open it up wherever I am, just as if it were right there on my computer.