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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by omnibus, Sep 9, 2007.
moved to happy hour
I use Carbonite and like it. It is just a simple unlimited backup for $50.00 a year. It does not have any advanced features such as multiple versions. The uploads are caped at 2GB a day so it will take a couple of weeks to get all of your data backed up. Restores can be done at 15GB a day.
I can't decide if I want to use Carbonite or Mozy, but I think I'm definetly going to use one.
Mozy seems to have these things going for it.
- You can access the files via their website
- Saves different versions of your files for 30 days?
- Slick interface that shows what files are backed up
- A little cheaper
I use idrive. Seems to be better than the other two. Unlimted versions and the big one for me is they don't delete anything unless I tell them to. Same cost....
I use Mozy and love it. It has already saved me on two different occasions.
I use "Happy Hour" to discuss things that are not related to TV shows.
I used Amazon S3 with http://www.maluke.com/s3man/ for a while, but changed over to Mozy a month or so ago. I back-up all my music, videos (including all .tivo files) and pictures. The size of my back-up set would cost be double with S3.
I've heard good things regarding Carbonite.
I head this discussion got moved to the Happy Hour.