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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

  • What is Cloud Storage? – A Complete Beginners Guide   It seems everyone is talking about ‘the Cloud’ – but what is cloud storage? It may sound like something a meteorologist would use, but it actually describes an off-site data storage solution. Instead of storing data on your own computer’s hard drive, your data is uploaded over the internet to a company’s remote database. Storing your data ...
  • Are Cloud Storage Add-ons Worth Paying For? Most cloud storage services come with a free trial period or a set of free features that come along with the initial amount of storage you can access. Free stuff is great! But ultimately the companies would prefer if you end up paying to upgrade your account or subscribe to their services in some way. ...
  • 7 Cloud-Based Writing Programs Since I write for a living, I’m always trying to find new and more efficient ways to write. Simple, distraction-free writing that allows me to organize my writing in various ways is key but so is being able to access my writing from a variety of sources – because you never know when inspiration will ...
  • Most Affordable Cloud Storage Plans for iOS A few months ago I made a post for Android users to help pick out some affordable storage for while they’re on-the-go and now it’s finally your turn, Apple users! Avoid the pricey options and take a look at these other offerings. Many are the same from the Android article, too, so if you use ...
  • Sync.com vs Dropbox When it comes to all the free and upgrade-able cloud storage plans out there, it can be difficult to settle on one. In fact I’d wager most people have used multiple storage options at once, even if just to test out how different services work. To help make things a bit easier, I’m going to ...
  • Backblaze Launches B2 Cloud Storage There is cloud storage and then there is “cloud storage”. What is the difference, well one is the consumer style cloud storage service like Dropbox or Box then there is the “cloud storage” that is often what powers those services, like Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure. Today Backblaze has stepped up to not only be ...
  • 9 Cloud-based Apps to Increase Your Productivity As we all know, cloud storage and cloud backups are great ways to keep all your files and information easy-at-hand and also secure. Google Drive, Dropbox, and other storage services are integral parts to many people’s daily work flow. But when you combine ever smarter smart phones and cloud systems, you can really get stuff ...
  • Sia – Decentralized Cloud Storage Usually when you use cloud storage, your files are being stored in a centralized data center owned by the company that runs the cloud storage platform. Sia, though, has a different idea of how to store your files and make use of “millions of terabytes” of otherwise unused storage all over the world. By decentralizing ...
  • Carbonite vs. IDrive Promos There are not a lot of cloud backup offers available these days to save money but the two that are currently offering deals are Carbonite and IDrive. These two services in some ways have been going head to head since Rush Limbaugh ticked off people, which he tends to do, with his comments about Sandra ...
  • 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 ...