SafeCopy Online Backup

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by tobacco, Mar 25, 2010.

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  1. tobacco

    tobacco Frequent Poster

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    Thought i'd share this app i found and installed yesterday to give me some extra backup coverage for items on my D partition (pics,etc) and also for the browser (Firefox,Iron) and email (Thunderbird) profiles in the app data folders.

    Free account gives you 3 gigs of space with software that does backup in "real time". Initial backup is slow (upload) but changes are quick and very light in the resource department. Can access your online files through "My Computer" or web logon for restoring. Also keeps copies of changed files if you need to restore back further.

    SafeCopy - http://www.safecopybackup.com

    Demo at bottom of page - http://www.safecopybackup.com/pages/landing-compare
     
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  2. Hugger

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    Interesting.
    Thanks for the link.
     
  3. kennyboy

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    Looks good. Giving it a try.Thx.
     
  4. grace2811

    grace2811 Registered Member

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    Hey, Thanks for introducing safe copy Backup. It's a good link.
     
  5. tobacco

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    YW :thumb:
     
  6. n8chavez

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    SafeCopy is nothing but a rebranded version of MemoPal. I suggest you use that service, if you are intent on either of the two, because if offers the same features but 50 gb more.

    However, I recommend and use Humyo. It offers more features, such as media streaming, and a network drive that actually works, for $7 USD/month.
     
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