If your life is on your computer, try storing it in Carbonite

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carbonite If your life is on your computer, try storing it in Carbonite

We’ve had the opportunity to check out a service called Carbonite And no, Han Solo is not involved with this one. Even though he probably would appreciate the lack of muscle cramps you get from using this.

20110809 gd8kxw4kt1a75g976sn97j69ak.preview If your life is on your computer, try storing it in Carbonite


Carbonite provides an unlimited online backup that will automatically backup files whenever your computer is connected to the internet. And the coolest thing is, since your files are safely online, you can access them from any computer, smartphone or even your iPad with the free Carbonite app. Piece of cake!

Unlimited backup for your Mac or PC, with anytime-anywhere-access is only $59 a year. Thanks to yours truly here at One More Gadget, you can try it free for 15 days, no credit card required, and then get two free months if you decide to buy the service. (Use the offer code BLOGAD to get your two free months) and go ahead and see how it works for yourself. It truly is a great computer backup.

I like this program. You set it up and then forget about it. You never have to worry about losing your important files ever again. They will always be safely stored online for you to grab whenever you need them. And that my friends, is way better than being stuck between a rock and hard place with no idea how to get your life back. Sorry Han Solo, had to do it.

 If your life is on your computer, try storing it in Carbonite

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1 Response to “If your life is on your computer, try storing it in Carbonite”

  1. 1 Girlincloud Aug 19th, 2011 at 7:12 AM

    I am wondering if you would be interested in reviewing CloudBerry Online Backup powered by Amazon S3 with friendly user interface, strong data encryption and scheduling capabilities. It is onetime fee and the rest what you pay for Amazon S3. Besides, there is no proprietary data format and you can access your data using other Amazon S3 tools.

    CloudBerry Lab team

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