CrashPlan is a backup solution, which was created by an American software company namely Code42. It provides data protection and productivity to its users at home and work.
As CrashPlan offers free local and offsite backup, a subscription to their cloud backup service gets its subscribers continuous backup, mobile file access, and lots more. Other than the triple destination protection and mobilized files, CrashPlan consists of many other features such as external file backup, generous retention and versioning, family friendliness, deleted file protection, seeded backup, and restore-to-door priority recovery.
CrashPlan is a cutting-edge technology solution that protects and manages the data of hundreds of thousands of individuals and more than 5,000 companies. It is being used by some of the biggest tech companies, including Adobe and Cisco.
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