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Items tagged with: Backup

Zmanda Adds New Features

Zmanda logoZmanda has launched a new version of its Amazon S3-based cloud backup service.

Carbonite vs. Mozy

Carbonite vs. MozyCarbonite and Mozy are both proven, but not equal cloud backup solutions. See if your call matches ours.

A Day In The Cloud: Revisiting Crashplan with Crashplan Pro

CrashPlan Pro logoWe finally get to see whether Code 42 has come up with a good enough solution for a small business with a lot of big files to keep safe in the cloud.

Drobo Owners Can Get Cheaper Carbonite

Carbonite logoCarbonite is giving some Drobo owners a price break on its cloud backup service.

Dropbox vs. Box.net

Dropbox vs. Box.netDropbox and Box.net take very different approaches to cloud storage. So the winner in this matchup may surprise you.

Timeline Cloud Backup Family Edition Reviewed

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Genie9's Timeline Cloud Family Edition makes cloud backup refreshingly easy to do.

Clickfree Announces Windows System Backup, Restore Anyone Can use

Clickfree C6 Easy Imaging Clickfree has announced a easy to use total system backup / imaging solution for Windows computers.

Hitachi Backup Reviewed

hitachi logoIf you’re looking for an easy to use, no frills backup solution, Hitachi Backup fits the bill.

CrashPlan PRO Debuts

CrashPlan Pro logoCode 42 Software has announced a business version of its CrashPlan cloud backup product.

Nasuni Cloud Storage Reviewed

Nasuni logo If you're a business needing a lot of cloud storage, know your way around virtual machines and have hundreds of dollars a month to spend, Nasuni might be what you're looking for.

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Over In The Forums

Hey guys. For some reason the router keeps defaulting to 100mbps on my desktop PC. Here's what I know so far...1) Not a cable issue, cable works fine ...
Hey all,As a followup to my recent post in the wireless forum around designing a network for my house (thanks @coxhaus and @Trip , I'm hoping to get s...
Hi, everyone! I'm new here -and in this little world of tweaking the router-. I've read a lot of posts and I think I am in a very advanced point of wh...
I just saw this. I wonder how many Wi-Fi devices use Realtek chips?https://arstechnica.com/information...attackers-crash-or-compromise-nearby-devices/...
HiI recently bought an Asus RT-AC68U to take over router duties from a crappy cable modem provided by my ISP. Since some reorganizations in the summer...

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