However, accidents happen and NAS drives can become corrupted. The data located on the drive is then lost forever, as though a backup never existed.
While people with NAS devices tend to stay away from online backup services, having an online backup of information that’s been saved locally, will save the day in the event of a total system meltdown.
Having information backed up online also gives a user the added benefit of being able to access that information on-the-go (as long as you’re going a place where the internet exists).
Last time we checked, dragging around NAS banks was still a major pain in the neck.
So, without any further dallying, it’s time to present the five best online backup services for network attached drives.
CrashPlan continuously backs up files, a feature which if combined with the unlimited storage option, makes the service a great way to backup NAS drives.