I'm really considering Backblaze or Crashplan because of the flat fee for unlimited storage. I'm currently using AWS S3 through Arq app. Any thoughts? Thanks!
I'd +1 using Crashplan. Pretty easy to set up and runs w/o any sort of issue. We used it when I worked with my last company and it worked great for 30+ people.
Backblaze has been wonderful for me. I went through a computer crash, too - the recovery experience was really nice with them.
I've been using BackBlaze for a while now. Really good stuff.
Has anyone thought about using AWS Glacier?
+1 for Backblaze. Can't fault it, and it's great value too.
Been using Carbonite for a fair while now and not ever bothered to change. It's been good.
S3 + Arq is a great combo. That’s what I’m using.
Even better, glacier + arq
Tarsnap. http://www.tarsnap.com You gots to get your geek on, but it's a great service.
What is the price for unlimited storage? I am actually using a free Cloud system with 30 GB limited storage. Sounds small, I know, but I found a trick here: http://www.winzip.com/win/en/features/cloud-backup.html to compress the files before the backup and that is how I save on a lot of space in the system :)