Nov. 27, 2012
-- Online backup companies are becoming more and more popular. They are a convenient way of backing up files from any computer, but due to their popularity there are now over 50 backup providers. These are competing with each other on price and features. Some allow file sharing between users, and what many users of services like DropBox have found is that these backup services are a great way of sharing files and sending them to other people. BestBackups.com has reviewed almost all providers to find the best file sharing service.
The winner was Crashplan, as written by BestBackups.com writer Peter Zaborszky. Quoting him: "It is not a secret among us at BestBackups that CrashPlan (http://www.bestbackups.com/
is a favourite for some of us, especially those that want advanced fine-tuning controls and a service that runs on all platforms: Linux, Mac and Windows. CrashPlan will cost you $2.5 per month if you just want 10GB of backup storage."
BestBackups.com has reviewed over 40 backup providers, so they have a good idea of what the best service is.