Online backup is a simple and effective way to keep your important documents, photos, digital music, emails, and user preferences safe from loss. For all the marvels of today's computer technology, hard drives still fail, computers are stolen, files are deleted, and natural disasters destroy our data. Online backup services offer an automatic and transparent way to keep this data safe in a secure, off-site location. For as little as $40 per year, you can rest easy knowing your important information will always be there. It's a service most people don't realize they need until it's too late. Our online backup reviews look at the big differences between these providers. If you have more questions about the technology or our online backup reviews, take a look at our FAQ. If you're interested in file syncing and cloud storage, click here.
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