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Best online backup sites to save important data on Internet

 Backup is a long operation of saving important data that is on your PC (such as holiday photos or working documents) so that you don’t lose it in case your computer breaks.It is one of the most tedious tasks that you have to do.

A great backup solution is to save important data on the Internet. So you need not to waste hard disk or external storage space and have the confidence of losing nothing ever. And all important documents will be accessible from anywhere.

We need not worry about backup support, as it is managed by an external company.

There are online backup sites that allow data to be uploaded to the internet with much improved, faster, more reliable and access as needed.

In this article, we will see which are the best available online backup websites for free or with advantageous payment plans.

Here the main objective is not to share files with other people but to save files on the internet for ourselves. So if they are lost it will always be possible to recover them.

1) Google Drive

In July 2017, Google released a Backup and Synchronization program on Google Drive and Photo. That lets you easily choose which PC folders to save online in Google’s cloud space.

This program is an evolution from the previous client that allowed you to save online-only files included in the Google Drive folder.

The free plan is limited to 15 GB, which should be sufficient for most people, taking into account that only important files must be included in the backup and that photos are saved without limits by Google Photos.
If you need more space, you can buy 100GB of cloud for 2 dollars per month, 1 TB for 10 dollars per month or 10 TB for 100 dollars per month.

2) Microsoft Onedrive

Microsoft Onedrive has been the best site to upload files on the internet for free. The advantage of Onedrive is that it is already installed on the Windows 10 PC and is within easy reach.OneDrive, unlike Google Driver, creates a special “OneDrive” folder and synchronizes only the contents of that folder in cloud servers.

The baseline plan is free of charge with a 5 GB limit, you can then buy 50 GB for 2 Euro per month or you can expand the cloud to 1 TB with a personal Office 365 plan for 7 Euro per month.

Reliability is guaranteed by Microsoft, which will certainly never close and never leave a lost file.Like OneDrive and Google Drive, there are many other free Cloud services that you can use in the same way as Dropbox.

3) Carbonite

Carbonite is one of the most popular online backup services and allows you to also save online all folders on your computer.

There is no space limit because Carbonite saves on connection speed. So uploads and downloads totally depend on your internet connection.
It offers an unlimited storage for $59 a year and there are no free plans.

The good thing is that Carbonite does it all by itself. Once you choose the folders to store, it makes online backup in the background. It works slowly but quietly, and you can safely continue to surf the Internet or work on your computer, without too much interference.

The storage process is easy, and the Carbonite utility works well, both for backup and recovery. Carbonite Server Backup manages data with 128-bit AES encryption key.Carbonite provides recovery to unlimited computers.

4) BlackBlaze

BlackBlaze is the real heir and alternative to CrashPlan (which until some time ago was the best site in this list, but this today no longer provides a backup service for private individuals) and is an exceptional service that works with both Macs and Windows PCs.

You can ask to save only specific paths or even just specific files within your computer.
The backup program offers an unlimited cloud to save the entire PC disk online, without limitations, for $50 per year or $5 per month.

Backblaze offers 128-bit encryption for data that remains encrypted at all times, even at the company’s data centers, and is only decrypted when downloaded.

With Backblaze you can also get two-factor authentication. There is also an application for Android and iOS that you can use to access files from anywhere.

5) Mozy

Mozy is an alternative online service, which automatically backs up your computer’s folders and files online. It gives up to 50 GB of space, for 5 Dollars per month.

6) iDrive

iDrive is an online backup service for PCs that offers a free 5GB trial plan. And it has fairly cheap subscription plans that reach up to 500GB of online space at your disposal.

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Ankit Bhardwaj is Founder of 'Teknologya'. He has a very deep interest in learning things related to the digital world and love to sharing his knowledge with others through blogs.

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