Code42 CrashPlan for Home - Unlimited Online Backup- 1 User/1 Device [Key Card]
- Unlimited online storage for all files regardless of type or size - photos, music, videos, documents, and e-mail.
- Automatic and continuous minute-by-minute backups. Keep unlimited versions of your files and retain deleted files indefinitely.
- Mobile file access on your iOS, Android or Windows device.
- Enterprise-grade 448-bit file encryption.
- Restore your backups anywhere with web restore.
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One year individual subscription for one computer. Only CrashPlan offers the freedom to back up to three types of locations: free to an external hard drive, free to another computer, and to the CrashPlan cloud. For ultimate peace of mind, use a combination of all three. Backing up to an external drive is the fastest, easiest way to back up and get back your files. Easily link to a trusted computer for daily, secure backups for a second layer of protection. Backup to the CrashPlan cloud for the ultimate protection and access to you files anytime, anywhere. CrashPlan features continuous minute-by-minute backup, unlimited online storage, custom backup scheduling, multiple backup sets, mobile file access on your iOS, Windows or Android device, enterprise-grape encryption, secure web restore, unlimited versions of your files, retain deleted files indefinitely, and no bandwidth throttling. All features work with all operating systems - Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris. Support from our Customer Champions via web, chat, or phone.
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After 1.4 year my primary, always-on, backup computer backed up 4 TB of information - including my photography collection - to Code42's CrashPlan Servers.
But suddenly, this week CrashPlan COMPLETELY DELETED ALL MY DATA! It is HORRIBLE to think that should my computer crash, CrashPlan would be UNABLE TO RESTORE any data. I realized cannot rely on CrashPlan. And so many people have similar experiences.
See for yourself all of Amazon customer reviews: http://www.amazon.com/Code-42-Software-CrashPlan/dp/B005UP3U70/ref=cm_rdp_product
I am giving it another chance by attempting to backup to CrashPlan again to see if it can backup my 4TB of files.
But I am going to also try BackBlaze to see if it can do better. I will subscribe to it at the same time and will see which service - CrashPlan vs BackBlaze - can better retain my data.
Horrible experience on a service I use to trust - Code42 CrashPlan. It is gut wrenching to know that your data can be deleted to easily by CrashPlan and you would have no recourse should your hardware be destroyed in a fire.
The old saying goes: Back up to an offsite location. But looks like you also have to maintain your own offsite server, not just CrashPlan since CrashPlan's service doesn't guarantee a backup with this recent experience.
CrashPlan Code42 used to be a decent product, but they do not provide adequate customer support and CANNOT BE TRUSTED TO SAVE YOUR BACKUP DATA. They will delete it without asking you, and continue to charge you for your subscription even when you have zero data backed up.