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California Department of Technology and IBM Create CalCloud
IBM and the California Department of Technology have joined forces on Thursday, to create a cloud-based technology platform that will enable more efficient work throughout state municipalities and local government agencies.
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Yesterday was a good day to open a bottle of champagne if you were working for Backupify. The cloud to cloud backup provider announced surpassing one million users on its platform.
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What Is Online Backup and How to Avoid Common Pitfalls
If you're new to online or cloud backup you're certainly curious what all the fuzz is about. We help you find the right service for your data backup needs.
Find the best online backup service
Our Top 10 Chart gives you the perfect overview of online backup services - pick the best service for your needs. Updated: July 2014
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Amazon Zocalo May Be Answer to Virutal Workspace
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On Cloudwards This Week Issue 16 (16th-21st, July 2014)
9 days ago - Welcome to On Cloudwards This Week's 16th issue! We have had a mix and match week, with awards, privacy recommendations, unlimited storage and all sorts of adventures!
On Cloudwards This Week Issue 15 (8th-14th, July 2014)
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JustCloud offers unlimited online backup and file sync for little money. It'll get the job done perfectly for people who just want their data securely backed up. If you want to have more features be prepared to pay extra, though. It is both easy to use and restored our test files without any hiccups.
Backblaze is the easiest online backup service available today. If you don't know anything about computers, or you just don't care - you should choose Backblaze. With only $5 per month per computer they offer unlimited, continuous online backup for your computer files taking away the hassle that comes with it. You can join now for free taking advantage of their 15 day trial - no credit card required. That way you can find out if it is the right provider for you.
Zoolz offers unlimited cloud backup for personal and business users and is created by the reputable backup software company Genie9. It is both easy to use and offers good value for money.
Mozy Home review
We've have been happy with Mozy's overall performance: speed and reliability are top-notch. Also, it is fairly easy to use if you are just starting out while not limiting you if you feel the need to customize your backups further. We find it hard to believe that Mozy doesn't have an unlimited plan, as this is clearly on vogue these days because it is so comfortable. If you are looking to backup 100GB or less you'll get a solid backup solution for your computer files.
Carbonite online backup is one of the most renown providers in this field. They were among the first to provider unlimited online backup for personal use and continue to do so. But competition is stiff and there are a lot of providers with a similar feature set. We believe that while offering a good solution for the PC novice it lacks features and flexibility for the advanced.