CrashPlan online back-up is recommended by...
Backups work best when you have multiple copies, at least one of which is both current and offsite. OS X’s Time Machine feature plus high-capacity, low-cost... [CrashPlan is rated with 4.5 out of 5 mice]
Many of you read about my poor experience with the Carbonite online backup service. After that experience I was ready to throw in the towel on online backup...
Backups are important, as I wrote about a few months ago. But there's a new kid on my backup block - CrashPlan. CrashPlan comes in three different flavors...
Windows/Mac/Linux: Keep your data backups under your control with CrashPlan, a handy backup tool that facilitates local and, more inventively, friend-based remote, encrypted backups.
The price of Internet backups just dropped suddenly with CrashPlan's change to fixed rates for family and individual backups to its CrashPlan Central service.
Although Apple's Time Machine has done a good job of encouraging many more Mac users to back up than ever before, it doesn't provide a complete backup strategy.
It does some cool things I've never seen in a Mac backup program before, and it does them in a wonderfully easy-to-use fashion.
Rafe Needleman Has Long-Advocated Backing Up Your Computer’s Brain Online - He’s Having 2nd Thoughts after Carbonite losing customers' data. There's a creative in-between backup product, called CrashPlan. It's a way to keep backups off site, which is good, but still in the family.
A new service, Crashplan, lets you back up your PCs and Macs to other PCs and Macs, either your own or those of your friends. For example, my wife can back up her laptop to my home desktop. The backup works at LAN speeds when she's home, so it's fast, ...