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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

  • 75% Off IDrive – Limited Time Promo IDrive has become one of our more popular cloud backup services over the last year. With them offering more and more features like disk imaging, universal backup of all your devices and computer, QNAP and Synology NAS support and more there is a good reason why IDrive has become a leader in the cloud backup ...
  • Backup Rule of Three or the Backup 3-2-1 Rule I find it surprising that Cloud Storage Buzz, has been online in some form since January 2009, and somehow we have never talked about the computer backup rule of three. I don’t know why we never talked about it, perhaps because we always just assumed that people know these things, but we all know about ...
  • Syncthing, Open Source Alternative to BitTorrent Sync I like BitTorrent Sync, it is a pretty amazing piece of software, but I can understand why people would have problems with their model. It is closed source software and there have been criticisms that it is not secure. BitTorrent Sync is also planning a paid version that will cost $39.99/year, and to be honest ...
  • RapidShare Closing Down March 31st, 2015 RapidShare, a file-sharing service based in Switzerland has decided to close effective March 31, 2015. Started in 2002 RapidShare has long been a destination for hosting files on the Internet but not always to the pleasure of the copyright industry. The company has been trying to rebrand itself as a cloud storage site but it ...
  • 9 More Cloud Storage Managers When the original post 10 Cloud Storage Managers was written back in 2013 there were only those 10 cloud storage managers around. Since then the market has grown considerably and now not only have desktop cloud storage managers but you also have dedicated cloud storage managers just for your Andoid or iOS device. Here is ...
  • SpiderOak Reveals New Pricing and Plans There has been a rumor for awhile that SpiderOak was going to be introducing new pricing and plans in the new year. That rumor has become a reality them introducing the new plans on January 28th, 2015. It can always be a difficult thing to introduce changes to pricing and plans for cloud backup and ...
  • IDrive Offers Disk Image Backup Yesterday IDrive announced that they now offer the ability to do a disk image backup with their backup application. This is great for those that want a complete backup of their systems. There are not a lot of services that offer disk image backup, in fact the only other service I can think of that ...
  • Memopal Launches New Website and Pricing Memopal online backup has launched a new website a few days ago and along with the new website has significantly changed their pricing structure. Gone is the multiple storage account sizes replaced with a simple one size fits all plan of 500GB for €79/year (roughly $90.00 USD depending on current exchange rates). Memopal is one of ...
  • CrashPlan vs. Backblaze It has been a while since I took a look at CrashPlan and Backblaze in a head to head test so I thought while I had some time here in the cold of winter I would do something I have never done with two services before. I signed up for the trials of both CrashPlan ...
  • CrashPlan Holiday Sale Coupon Code42’s CrashPlan has been offering a sweet 20% off for new customers over this holiday season so you have no reason not to sign up and start backing up your computer. Not only that but the coupon is good for gift subscriptions as well so if you are the IT person in your family (you ...

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