Backblaze is a one click online storage solution. It tries to minimize the user interaction required to create a backup.
Backblaze is an online backup tool that allows Windows and Mac users to back up their data to an offsite data center. The service costs $5 per month for unlimited space. It allows the user to back up data automatically, manually, when the computer is idle, or on an hourly schedule. The service also makes use of AES encryption, data compression and bandwidth throttling.
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|Jul 15, 2016||The Register - The History Boys: Object storage ... from the beginning|
|Jul 13, 2016||CSO Online - Vicious new ransomware takes your money and still deletes your files|
|Jul 13, 2016||Network World - Vicious new ransomware takes your money and still deletes your files|
|Jun 28, 2016||CIO Australia - Backblaze wants to eliminate tape-based storage|
|Jun 28, 2016||CIO New Zealand - Backblaze wants to eliminate tape-based storage|
|Jun 28, 2016||Computer World New Zealand - Backblaze wants to eliminate tape-based storage|
|May 17, 2016||Geek - Backblaze tested 61,000 drives for one billion hours and found the most reliable|
|May 17, 2016||TechReport - HGST drives lead the pack in latest Backblaze reliability report|
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