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On the surface Livedrive appears to offer a decent backup service that is easy to use. Unfortunately it is only on the surface, the service lacks the ability to add a private encryption key, charges to much for basic backup, and then makes it confusing to choose what plan and features you need all in an effort to make sure you pay the most you can actually pay. Add to that the need to give them a credit card to even trial the service and call a UK number to cancel Livedrive adds up to a service you should just avoid. The headaches are not worth the cost of this service.
Offers a 14 day trial but requires a credit card to signup.Visit Site
Carbonite has been around since 2005, and offers a solid cloud backup service for users. Certainly the fact that they have been around for 15 years shows that they are serious about being around for the long haul. If all you need is to backup one computer with mostly photos and office documents then Carbonite might be perfect for you.
All prices billed annually. Basic: $6.00/month. Plus: $9.34/month. Prime: $12.50/monthVisit Site
Waistra Unlimited Cloud Storage
The app offers some interesting features including:
- Free cloud storage - unlimited free cloud storage.
- Streaming support - simple to use full screen stream player.
- Unlimited storage - there is no limit to upload files.
- Secure - secured by military grade 256 bit encryption method.
Zoolz Intelligent Home
If you are looking for a decent Android backup service Zoolz might be worth a try. In my Windows testing I was unable to actually backup any files. This makes the service useless for computer backup. The application would run the backup job but no files would actually be sent up to the service. After trying over multiple days I eventually gave up.
IDrive is a good cloud backup service with a wide range of features that many will find useful to help protect their data. The multiple device backup of Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone into one account make it easy to backup and manage all your data from different places and keep it safe.
Rated 3.00 out of 5
$69.50/Year, $139.00/Two YearsVisit Site
Backblaze Personal Backup
Backblaze makes personal backup to the cloud easy and fast. By automatically selecting all user files to backup Backblaze is the point and shoot of cloud backup. With desktop apps for Windows and Mac, users can quickly and easily have their data backed up to the Backblaze data centers and rest easy knowing their data is safe in the event of a computer disaster or other calamity.
Rated 5.00 out of 5$6.00
$6.00/Month, $60.00/Year, $110.00/Two YearsVisit Site
Degoo offers a large amount of free backup storage and for those in a very tight budget might be worth looking into. The free storage does come at a price though, with the desktop app trying hard to install other apps as well at the option for the desktop app to also mine cryptocurrancy for the company. There are better cloud backup services available out there but if you are on a very tight budget or just love the idea of having 100GB of free space then Degoo is for you. TL;DR The Degoo desktop app is seriously lacking in features such as scheduling, incremental backup and more. If you are serious about purchasing a subscription with a cloud backup service look at Backblaze or IDrive.
Rated 2.32 out of 5$0.00 Plans start at $3/month. Visit Site
Spanning backup makes it easy to backup your Google, Office 365 and Salesforce accounts. Just because your account is out in the cloud does not mean you should not back it up. Spanning makes it quick, easy and affordable to keep your information safe in the event you lose your cloud based data. Spanning starts at $40.00/user/year but with our discount code you can save $5/user. Don't leave your cloud accounts unprotected, backup them up today!