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My new Linux-frienly online backup service

Posted 08-02-2009 at 09:53 AM by xri
Tags backup, online

I've been looking for a simple and secure ('relatively secure', I should say) online service.

So far, I have my mind set on Amazon S3 for business purposes. A number of experts recommend it.
Another one I can say that drew my attention was rsync.net.


However, for personal purposes, I have settled on this one: SpiderOak. I like it for the following reasons:
  1. Automatic backup
  2. Privacy guaranteed (I'm not going to store unencrypted crucial data anyway)
  3. Multiplatform (including a nice Linux client in multiple flavors).
  4. A number of technical advantages that many others do not offer (too long to list here).

I can finally say that I'm all set for personal backup for now.
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