Cloud Backup Reviews – 2017

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CrashPlan Review

CrashPlan Review

Crashplan is a great option for users looking to create redundant locations for their backed up data, and won’t have any problems managing the complexity of it. It is not a file sharing or a file syncing tool, so users will need to keep that in mind. However, CrashPlan provides an unlimited backup solution at a reasonable price.

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2 ElephantDrive Review

ElephantDrive Review

ElephantDrive is all about providing simple, yet powerful online backup and sharing tools. With their online storage, you have the ability to keep your files safe, while still synchronizing them across all of your devices.

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3 Sync Review

Sync Review

Sync offers users up to 5GB of free storage space, zero-knowledge storage and numerous features that competitors can only dream about offering.

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4 Dropbox Review

Dropbox Review

Dropbox is a personal cloud storage provider that offers mobile access and the opportunity to grow your free cloud storage. But, just because they are free does not mean they are lacking in security. Dropbox offers robust security features and collaboration that make them a worthy candidate for your cloud storage needs.

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5 SafeSync Review

SafeSync Review

SafeSync is an online backup and sync service that gives you quick, instant access to your files. Unlike other companies, SafeSync is sharing and syncing capable - so you can access your files just about anywhere.

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6 Box Review

Box Review

Box offers a generous amount of free storage with impressive sharing and syncing capabilities - making them a contender in the cloud storage market.

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7 OpenDrive Review

OpenDrive Review

OpenDrive is an unlimited online backup provider that tries to offer their clients everything they would ever need for online storage. They boast excellent backup, syncing and sharing capabilities – making them an option for those shopping around for an online storage provider.

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8 SOS Online Backup Review

SOS Online Backup Review

SOS Online Backup prioritizes speed and affordability, making it one of the best backup services available that offers unlimited storage. They also archive deleted files forever, or until users manually delete the files from the company's servers. Overall, their features are exceptional, and the service has few downsides.

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9 Bitcasa Drive Review

Bitcasa Drive Review

Bitcasa Drive offers high-capacity storage and operates more like an external drive - making it easy to backup, restore and access everything you need.

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10 BackBlaze Review

BackBlaze Review

BackBlaze is unique because it backs up everything except files specifically selected for exclusion. Backblaze backs up all the files, including music, pictures, and movies. It's a true backup service, rather than a syncing or sharing service. This is why we have rated it higher based on being a true backup service and not a sync/share utility.

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11 Google Drive Review

Google Drive Review

Google Drive is a mostly free online collaborative suite. While it is not a true cloud backup, it offers online storage and editing capabilities with file-syncing and sharing added in to its robust suite.

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12 MediaFire Review

MediaFire Review

MediaFire offers impressive file sharing and syncing with an astounding 50GB of free storage space. While they are not exactly a true backup service, they are ideal for those who want to work on the go and save their pictures, documents and videos online.

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$2.49/month $4.99/month
13 SpiderOak Review

SpiderOak Review

SpiderOak has very few shortcomings: it’s secure, extremely versatile, and affordable. The shortcomings it does have are fairly insignificant. Because of this, SpiderOak is a top pick in the online back category here at

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14 Acronis Review

Acronis Review

Acronis has its disadvantages, but overall it's a decent cloud service. They are the only provider to offer true system image backups. And geeks will love the service's advanced features because the software is highly customizable to meet the pickiest desires. Unfortunately, Acronis has a pay-to-use support ticket system, and their program takes up a whopping half gigabyte. It remains to be seen how Acronis will adapt to joining the cloud backup spectrum – we would like to see them streamline their software interface even more for beginners.

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15 SugarSync Review

SugarSync Review

Sugarsync is best suited for those looking for a solution to keep files in sync between multiple devices. It does this very well. If however, you are looking for a true cloud backup solution that will routinely backup files to the cloud and provide you the ability to recover complete data file systems in the event of a computer crash for example, then SugarSync isn't the solution for you. SugarSync is best for syncing and sharing files, and it’s usable by individuals, study groups, and large groups of coworkers.

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16 Apple iCloud Review

Apple iCloud Review

Apple iCloud was created to keep up with the demands of cloud-based storage and file syncing. Apple created iCloud as their way to remain competitive in the market of cloud storage services – and their product was designed to integrate seamlessly with other Apple family products.

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17 IDrive Backup Review

IDrive Backup Review

Some of IDrive’s features are outstanding, but they do have a no refund policy on their auto-renew - which may make them less favorable than companies with refunds. If you have simple backup, syncing, and sharing needs that don’t involve sensitive information or interaction with Customer Support, IDrive might work for you.

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$17.38/year $69.50/year
18 Zoolz Home Review

Zoolz Home Review

Built on the Amazon AWS, this cloud storage offers extremely affordable prices and high-capacity storage with a simple, yet refined interface.

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19 Mozy Review

Mozy Review

Mozy is a cloud backup hosting company that seeks to be exactly that. They keep only the latest backup of your data on their servers and everything is encrypted before it even leaves your computer. Mozy offers services to both free and paid users. It’s easy to set up with an automatic selection process, but selected files can be reviewed and easily modified to meet specific needs. With Mozy 2.0, new users also get 2xProtect, which is a local backup option for no additional cost.

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20 ADrive Review

ADrive Review

ADrive is a cloud storage provider that offers up to 50GB of free storage. While they do have a high free storage capacity, they still have a few shortcomings. But, for some people, the high storage capacity is all they need to make ADrive the solution for them.

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21 Amazon Cloud Drive Review

Amazon Cloud Drive Review

Amazon Cloud Drive gives you access to your digital content everywhere you go. Provided from the tech geniuses at Amazon, it is a trusted name in cloud storage. And, it is automatically built in to all Amazon devices (such as the Kindle Fire) - making accessibility a breeze. But, it operates more like a storage service than a true backup service.

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22 Norton Online Backup Review

Norton Online Backup Review

Norton Online Backup is part of the Norton family of products made by Symantec. With its professional-grade online backup service, you can protect as many as five computers and save data with ease. Because it is all automatic, you can just set it and forget it – while your information stays safe online.

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23 AltDrive Review

AltDrive Review

AltDrive is a no nonsense online cloud storage provider. They don’t overwhelm users with flashy features; instead, they just offer affordable unlimited storage and excellent backup services.

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24 Carbonite Review

Carbonite Review

Carbonite has some compatibility issues, but the service is cheap at a mere $59 for 12 months. Despite some of its better features, like their super fast file restore, many customers are unsatisfied with the service. Still, it's a reasonably reliable backup service with a lot of support from big names like Lenovo and Microsoft.

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25 Cyphertite Review

Cyphertite Review

Cyphertite features a remarkable 8GB of free storage plus unlimited plans with low monthly rates. Their security is top-notch and they are all about 100 percent privacy protection for their users.

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26 LiveDrive Review

LiveDrive Review

LiveDrive was founded on the heels of previous internet success, but it does not follow in the same footsteps. Although we applaud LiveDrive for their extensive features, we have serious questions about their backup stability and security practices. Features without underlying stability and security really don’t make for a good online storage and backup solution – therefore we feel there are better solutions available.

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27 JustCloud Review

JustCloud Review

If it weren’t for JustCloud’s shady marketing practices that attempt to lure customers in with the false promise of unlimited backup, we would give them the score based on their features and functionality. However when you take everything into account, they just do not hit the mark! Users quickly find out that once you go over JustCloud’s “Average Usage” mark, that they must either upgrade to a much more expensive plan, or simply find out their service plan has been canceled without warning.

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