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1TB of online backup within a month

by Mindstyle06 / February 1, 2014 11:58 PM PST

Hello folks,

I have about 1TB of data to back up online. I am looking at various backup services like Carbonite, BackBlaze etc. I do not have any offsite backups, but I have 3 onsite backups. I am aware of the disadvantages of onsite backup, but there is no reliable offsite backup where I can leave my HDD.

If anyone knows, which service will backup 1TB of data within a month, at the max? I know Carbonite backs up 200GB then crawls to about 50kbps. I didn't find such limitation with other services.

Sending HDD is not an option and I could like to keep costs down, preferably around $60 or so per year.

Many thanks in advance.

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Might not be their issue.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 2, 2014 12:05 AM PST

Are you following what the fall of Net Neutrality means? It may not be caused by those services.

It's a shame this rule is no more.
Bob

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Sorry
by Mindstyle06 / February 2, 2014 12:27 AM PST

I have not been following on Net Neutrality.

Are you talking about the ruling that Netflix should pay up ISP?

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 2, 2014 12:31 AM PST
In reply to: Sorry

Net Neutrality extends to all services. The ISP can slow everything down and then ask for premiums to speed up selected services. Now that it's fallen, you expect to see many more complaints about internet speeds on many services.

No longer a level playing field and breaks models such as companies like carbonite were building on.
Bob

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