Monday, February 19, 2007

IBackup Online Storage and Backup

As an IT person, the first thing before we implement any new system is the contigency plan, this includes backing up our data to prevent loss of information. We used to backup using devices such as tapes and disc, now that we could save our valueble data online.

IBackup Online Storage and Backup is an online backup, storage and data sharing service you can rely on for consumers and small businesses purposes. For about $9.99/month, you can keep 5 GB of data backed up and available for collaboration and sharing as well. While they are not the cheapest 'only backup' service providers, they provide Integrated online backup and storage service that improves overall productivity for your business.

If you still have doubt on this company, IBackup has Received several awards including PC World editor's choice(2006), consumersearch best (2007), PC Magazine editor's choice (2004) among others.

You may also download a 15-day free trial which will allow you to test the features with some limitations on sharing features, the number of logins a day and bandwidth usage. If you do not want to download, there is a web-based version of the program.

If you’re looking for an online backup solution, give IBackup a try and sstart using their free trial link at the top of the page. I think you’ll be pleased with the outcome.



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Blogger slyam said...

Thanks for sharing your experience

2/20/2007 12:41:00 AM  
Blogger beginner said...

That was a nice post. IBackup is a cut above the rest as it provides an integrated online backup and storage solution to your data management needs.

I’ve been trying other online storage services like Carbonite. My genuine feeling is that IBackup is miles ahead of others in providing several options and features to manage your online storage requirements. Besides easy and secure access to your online storage account from any corner of the world through the Internet, it’s easy to manage backups you’ve scheduled with IBackup.

IBackup definitely has the upper hand when it comes to what you can do and what you can’t. While storing files larger than 2GB in Carbonite is a dream, IBackup has no such issues. It’s a true and total online storage and data management solution to individuals and businesses alike.

3/12/2007 08:06:00 PM  
Blogger Rainbow said...

Being a manager who was “once bitten and now twice shy”, last month, I decided to do an in-depth research on which is the best online storage and backup solution for my mid sized company.

After tiring hours of browsing through the net and shifting through technical details on great products like Xdrive, Streamload, IBackup, Box.Net, I had a very clear picture of what I wanted.

Xdrive offered me 5GB free space. I found out that even Streamload offers me free online storage and backup. But this time, I didn’t want to get captivated by the magic word “free” and was very careful to read the fine print.

A feature, which is not available in Streamload and Xdrive that I found very attractive in IBackup is the “Sub Accounts” feature. This feature enables me to create Sub Accounts within my main account for every department in my office like HR, Accounts, Administration etc. This ensures that sensitive information of each department does not fall not into the hands of staff who are not authorized to access it. In a family, the same benefits can be gained so that each member of the family has his/her own privacy.

With Web Manager,which is IBackup's browser based application, I could create sharable links and instantly share file/folders with other IBackup users. This was a unique feature which I didn’t find in other products.

Though Xdrive, Streamload,Box.Net were very good products, the range of features and flexibility that IBackup provides was what made me go for it.

- Patricia

3/20/2007 11:45:00 PM  

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