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Mozy Releases Improved MacOS Backup

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Mozy has announced a new version of its cloud backup service for Mac OS.

CrashPlan Review

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CrashPlan combines networked local and cloud backup into a feature-rich solution. But depending on your needs, it can get relatively expensive.

Carbonite Releases Android App

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Carbonite today announces the beta release of its free Android app.

Buddy Backup Review

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BuddyBackup provides a unique solution to creating a private backup "cloud" among friends.

Box.net Review

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Updated. Box.net is a mature and feature-complete cloud storage provider aimed at business users.

IDrive Reviewed

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IDrive provides a complete online backup solution, but not across all platforms.

Dropbox Reviewed

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Dropbox provides flexible cloud storage, great sharing options, and great integration with all major operating systems and mobile platforms.

Elephant Drive Review

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ElephantDrive is an online backup company that provides "a service that is very big, never forgets, and works for peanuts!"

MozyHome Reviewed

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MozyHome is a bargain-priced consumer-focused service featuring "unlimited" backup.

Carbonite Reviewed

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Carbonite offers unlimited online backup with minimum yearly subscription and remote access for iOS and Blackberry devices.

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