|Dec 21, 2014, 04:54 PM||#51|
backblaze is the one to go with.
very simple and puristic interface, does a great job, good price, native client
by the way, tried crashplan: its java, and it just looks ugly...not that its the most important thing, but that bar icon on retina macs looks just ugly..
|Dec 22, 2014, 08:37 AM||#52|
1) No family plan pricing that I can see. Pricing is per computer. I have 8 Macs being backed up... so this would get expensive.
2) It appears that versioning is only 30days. I use Crashplan which has unlimited versioning. This is important in the event of inadvertent deletion (something I have done)... which can certainly not be noticed during the first 30 days.
|Dec 22, 2014, 09:11 PM||#53|
online backup services
I am looking for an offsite backup, and since I work at home, I do not have an office or anywhere else to store my backup hard drives. my bank does not offer a safety deposit box.
I am also on a budget, and cannot afford pricy monthly payments.
from someonline rsearch, there are online backup services that offer unlimited storage, I need that as I have alot of data, pictures and documents.
the only drawback is, my internet connection is slow.
has anybody used online backup? what would be the best? I found one called backblaze that offers unlimited storage for $5.00 a month. this seems good, but I have concerns; what would stop that rate from creeping up each year? what if the company goes broke or dissapears from the web?
|Dec 23, 2014, 07:32 AM||#54|
|Dec 23, 2014, 09:09 AM||#55|
I have been thinking about an online option (in addition to local backup) and the biggest concern I have is the monthly data cap from Comcast (300 GB). My backup (at present) is pushing that size.
13" Late 2011 MBP, 8 GB RAM, 512GB Crucial MX100 SSD, (Yosemite)
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|Jan 8, 2015, 11:05 PM||#56|
Ahsay backup software is really good for Mac.At the same time, it is the most affordable backup solution available in the market.It is specifically designed for small businesses with just a few computers and servers to back up.It is rebrandable also.So it is satisfactory for me.If you want to know more about Ahsay you can click on here
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