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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
Insync is a feature rich Google Drive client for Windows, Mac and Linux. The ability to sync and manage Google Drive files for multiple accounts and automatically convert files to Microsoft Office or OpenDocument are fantastic and make Insync perhaps the best Google Drive desktop client available today. Certainly worth the one time payment for those features alone. The added feature of it supporting OneDrive in the near future will make it worth looking into when it is added.
Rated 2.00 out of 5$29.99 15 day free trial available. Visit Site
Koofr offers some interesting features can help you tie together your could storage services by helping you search the other services you have accounts with. The ability to create your own private cloud storage for your own devices easily is a nice way to help access files without having to rely or upload files to Koofr.
Rated 5.00 out of 5$0.00 2GB Free. Plans start at 0.5 € ($0.57 USD)/month for 10GB Visit Site
pCloud offers an affordable, unique cloud storage and sync service that people should consider. The option to purchase lifetime plans makes the service even more affordable in the long run. pCloud is also one of a few services offering decent apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS allowing you easy access to your files no matter what device you are using.
Rated 4.00 out of 5$0.00 10GB Free. Plans start at $47.88/year. Visit Site
Pushbullet is the productivity app that connects your phone and browser to keep you in regular contact easily throughout the day. The pro version is not very expensive and you will easily forget how much you will rely on this app the more you use it.
Rated 3.33 out of 5$0.00 Pro version starts at $39.99 / year. Visit Site
Syncthing is a great open source product that delivers what it intends to, free, open source syncing across multiple computers and platforms. It works well but it does have some challenges including not being as easy to use as many of the non-open source alternatives. Where it does shine is when you need an easy to use sync service for multiple computers running different operating systems.
Rated 2.25 out of 5$0.00 Free Open Source Visit Site
not rated $0.00 Personal 100GB starts at $35.88/year Visit Site
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$7.00
$7.00/Month, $70.00/Year, $130.00/Two YearsVisit Site