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    Which Cloud Backup service do you use ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MG Kelly View Post
    Which Cloud Backup service do you use ?
    I use owncloud.... and google drive for stuff that arent important.

    Or are you talking about enterprise solutions?
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    I use them all; Google Drive, OneDrive, Box and DropBox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pezz View Post
    I use owncloud.... and google drive for stuff that arent important.

    Or are you talking about enterprise solutions?
    Enterprise/Business Edition, approx. 1.5tb Data, Windows Server. Previously used opendrive for $398US for the year with unlimited space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MG Kelly View Post
    Enterprise/Business Edition, approx. 1.5tb Data, Windows Server. Previously used opendrive for $398US for the year with unlimited space.
    There are cheaper options out there with unlimited space for a fraction of the cost.

    1. Backblaze
    2. Crashplan (Home and Business)
    3. Crashplan Enterprise


    These allow you to encrypt your data before uploading.
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