Bitcasa Review

Although still suffering from the drop in popularity that followed their controversial price hike in 2014, Bitcasa’s software is fundamentally pretty good. Very simple and intuitive to use, it boasts some better-than-average security features and file sharing options, and is a straightforward way to store files online. You can read a detailed review below or sign … Continued

ElephantDrive Review

While ElephantDrive’s software is a little difficult to navigate at times, it still boasts an impressive range of features, particularly for NAS users and those wanting to back up from multiple devices. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now.   Price Plans ElephantDrive offer both free and paid subscriptions, with an option … Continued

Syncplicity Review

Syncplicity is a good product that fulfils basic backup requirements well, although a lack of innovative features or truly exceptional performance make it unlikely to stand out from the crowd. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now. Price Plans Syncplicity offers two different subscription plans to personal users; a free version, which … Continued

Box Review

Box’s long list of corporate clients is testament to its strong Enterprise plan, although personal accounts are more limited. File size restrictions and a lack of private key encryption are obvious downsides, but some good features and an appealing interface continue to make it a valid competitor in the personal backup market. You can read a … Continued

Memopal Review

Flexible and extremely easy to use, Italian-based backup service Memopal is an appealing option for not just European users, but also those searching for a simple way to keep files safe online. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now. Price Plans Memopal offers two personal price plans, as well as a … Continued

IDrive Review

Extensive features and a low price make IDrive stand out from the crowd despite unimpressive customer support. Easy to use and offering lots of flexibility, it’s a solid choice for both new and experienced users. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now. Price Plans There are three different personal IDrive accounts, starting … Continued

SpiderOak Review

SpiderOak is the product of a company with a mission, and their commitment to maintaining the privacy of users’ data makes it an excellent choice for the safety-conscious. It’s not the easiest program for inexperienced users to navigate, but has some very useful features and is well worth its price tag. You can read a detailed … Continued

SugarSync Review

SugarSync is a good choice if you’re looking for a simple file storage system. Its somewhat limited features can be a little frustrating, but it provides excellent mobile access and well-developed file sharing options. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now. Price Plans SugarSync offers three individual price plans, all of which … Continued

Backblaze Review

Backblaze is simple, user-friendly and a great solution if you’re looking to back up all your data with the minimum of hassle. Although frustratingly limited for advanced users, it boasts excellent security, unlimited data storage, and a reasonable price, and is a practical choice for users looking for easy-to-use backup software. You can read a detailed … Continued

Carbonite Review

Carbonite is a great choice for Windows users looking for simplicity and basic customisable features. While security features are limited and access to full features comes with a fairly hefty price tag, Carbonite remains a straightforward and user-friendly program with plenty to recommend it. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now. Price Plans … Continued

Dropbox Review

One of the best-known storage providers on the market, Dropbox excels as a platform for syncing and sharing files. While security concerns may put some people off, its reasonable price and ease of use makes it an appealing choice. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now. Price Plans Individual users get to … Continued

CrashPlan Review

CrashPlan is a solid product, offering strong features at a reasonable price. With good options for both free and subscribed users, its unlimited capacity and ease of use make it an accessible and appealing backup solution. You can read a detailed review below or sign up now. Pricing Plans CrashPlan offers three different price plans – Free, Individual … Continued

PhotoKeeper – an automatic backup service for professional photographers

A new automatic backup service designed for experienced and professional photographers has been launched by Mumbai-based IT services company Uconomix. PhotoKeeper is a cloud-based service, which allows photographers to store and sort through their photos online. Unlike other backup services, such as DropBox and iDrive, it includes an advanced search function that helps users to … Continued

Wuala Follows Cyphertite and Announces Closure

Today is a sad day for the online backup industry. Cyphertite, a cloud backup provider with an emphasis on “zero knowledge” security, is closing down its servers. This follows an announcement made by the company’s CEO a couple of months ago. Apparently the service wasn’t making enough money to remain in operation. Hopefully if you … Continued

5 Best Online Backup for Linux – 2014 Edition

Time was when Linux was only reserved for geeks who were super bright- and for good reason. One had to be very familiar with the OS. You had to compile the kernel, hardware drives and modules you’d want to use. These included those that the system required and difficult to remember names and terms. Important, … Continued