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Homepage DeskThere are many different threats to keeping your data safe. Hard drive failure, computer theft and disasters like fire and flood can cause you to lose all of your precious personal and work files in an instant. Backups are essential to keep your data safe and thanks to the improvement in cloud storage and backup solutions you have a number of choices to keep your data safe and sound. With so many services available to the consumer it can be difficult to sort through all of the options to find the best for you. Take a look through our reviews and our ratings to help you find the perfect cloud storage or backup solution for you.

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Our 2015 Top 10 Cloud Backup Services

These ten services are our top choices when it comes to cloud backup.

  1. BackblazeRead our review
  2. CrashPlanRead our review
  3. CarboniteRead our review
  4. IDriveRead our review
  5. SOS Online BackupRead our review
  6. SpiderOakRead our review
  7. AcronisRead our review
  8. SugarSyncRead our review
  9. ElephantDriveRead our review
  10. ZoolzRead our review

Latest Posts from the Blog

  • Sync.com Now Accepting Bitcoin There are not a lot of cloud storage and backup services that accept Bitcoin as payment, in fact the last time I wrote about what services accepted Bitcoin I was only able to find 5 services that did and that did not include the fact that we sell Backblaze prepaid codes for Bitcoin. Well I ...
  • Robin – The “Cloud-First” Smartphone Robin, a new Android phone from NextBit, has recently gone up for funding over at Kickstarter and is touted as “the world’s only cloud-first smartphone.” Launched just a few days ago, the original goal was to hit $500,000 within a month. With 28 days left the Kickstarter has already reached $709, 533.NextBit explains that this ...
  • CrashPlan vs. Carbonite Overview An overview of what service wins in each category.Feature Carbonite CrashPlan TiedBackup SpeedPricingOperating System and Desktop ClientLocal Backup SupportMobile Apps and BackupFile SyncBackup to FriendEase of UseTotals 3 4 1Winner CrashPlanSign Up forCarbonite Sign Up forCrashPlanThis comparison post was originally published on September 6, 2012. Since then there has been a number of changes to both Carbonite and CrashPlan so I have updated ...
  • Back to School – Best Cloud Storage for Students It’s that time of year again! Students of all ages are headed back to the classroom. This means more projects and papers but also notes and other files depending on the teacher and the subject. So where is the best place to stare all these files you’re bound to accumulate? Dropbox When I was in university Dropbox ...
  • Cashback Discount on CrashPlan A lot of people come here to CloudStorageBuzz.com looking for a deal on their favorite cloud storage and backup services. I don’t blame them there is nothing like saving a few dollars on a service to ease the pinch of backing up on a persons wallet. Code42 and CrashPlan used to have some amazing deals ...
  • IF and DO Recipes for Cloud Storage IFTTT (If This Then That) is a helpful little app system. It uses other apps and actions (called “channels”) to create automated input and output recipes for your mobile devices and computers. Although previously IFTTT was one app, his has now split into a few different services like IF, featuring the traditional input/output recipes, and ...
  • Wuala Shutting Down and Wuala Alternatives I never got around to actually reviewing Wuala and now it looks like there really is no need, since they have announced that they will be shutting down. Effective immediately Wuala will no longer be accepting any renewals or purchase of storage. By the end of September the service will be put into read only ...
  • Backblaze Offers Two Factor Authentication Backblaze gets requests for two-factor authentication pretty regularly. You can see tweets like the one I embeded below fairly regularly. Today I heard that Backblaze has now officially launched two-factor authentication, although they call it two-factor verification, users of Backblaze can now protect their accounts from unauthorized access over the Internet by turning on two-factor ...
  • Most Affordable Cloud Storage Options for Android If you’re the kind of person who needs their documents on-the-go or takes a lot of pictures from your phone, mobile-friendly cloud storage is very important. But sometimes it can be expensive! So today I’m going to outline some of the more affordable cloud storage options for you Android users out there. Dropbox Dropbox is a pretty ...
  • Cloud-based Comics Readers If you travel a lot it can be tough to keep up with all the news issues of your favorite comic series. And as time goes on, more and more people want to digitize their comics collection. With a cloud-based comics reader app you can read all your comics while on the go, even your ...