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In a bold grab at a competitor's customers, CrashPlan is giving away a $49.99 backup service plan with no strings attached. Also: get a deal on a family plan.
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Normally $49.99, this automated backup service affords unlimited space for your stuff. That makes it a better pick than Mozy or Carbonite.
Crashplan is a secure backup service that uses hard drives on your friends' PCs and Macs to store your files.
An intriguing combination of concepts from Dropbox, BitTorrent, and CrashPlan makes up a new, inexpensive cloud-storage provider.
Wuala, Crashplan, and Gomez: Three ways to save money, if not the planet.
By letting Android users see files stored on their PCs, Backblaze takes another step toward sync services such as Dropbox.
Commentary: With their new all-you-can-eat offerings on storage and streaming, the firms could be positioning themselves as market leaders, at least in the long term.
You can back up your files or sync them. Or, with Mozy, you can do both. It's a flexible but confusing service.
The company turned down other investment offers, but accepted $5 million from TMT Investments so it could expand its online backup business without losing control.