You can back up your files or sync them. Or, with Mozy, you can do both. It's a flexible but confusing service.
Good news for the Android crowd: Mozy's new app links you directly to your backed-up data, which you can view, play, share, and so on.
The online backup and storage site now has its own iPhone app through which users of the service can view, download, and e-mail any of their files.
The online backup service announces a closed beta of file synchronization and new mobile apps to access an archive with iOS or Android devices.
Jungle Disk's pricing was initially incorrect in this post. It costs a flat rate of $3 per month plus 15 cents per gigabyte per month.
EMC's online backup subsidiary concludes it can't afford subscriptions for unlimited data backup. CNET News' Stephen Shankland concludes it's his fault.
The online backup service gets significantly better with version 2 of Mozy's software--especially when backing data up locally as well as in the cloud.
Users of the popular online backup solution, Mozy, may find that their Time Machine backups will error out and not mount the sparse.bundle file.
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Online off-site backups are a good thing. Mozy may not be your best choice, however. Part 2 of 2.