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MozyHome No Unlimited. Now What?

At the end of yesterday’s post about MozyHome dropping its Unlimited backup package, I sort of left it open ended, as in, what should you do next?

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MozyHome Unlimited No More, Introduces New Pricing

Our favorite online backup service Mozy is no longer offering its unlimited backup package, and is introducing a new pricing scheme.

50GB for $5.99 per month (includes backup for 1 computer)
125GB for $9.99 per month (includes backup for up to 3 computers)

You can add another computer for an additional $2.00 per month. And additional storage in 20GB increments for $2.00 per month. Basically, want another computer? Ok, $2.00 more per month. Want 20GB more storage? Ok, $2.00 more per month.

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Online Backup Redux

Earlier this year we went through the steps to set up MozyHome Free which is an online backup service which provides 2GB of free space to automatically, and securely backup your computer. Read the rest of this entry »

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MozyPro Database Disk Image is Malformed

For the most part, MozyPro is a solid, reliable remote backup software and service. Once in a while, because of a software conflict, or in our case, a system crash, the MozyPro local database file can become corrupted and prevent MozyPro from completing a backup. Here is how we fixed it. Read the rest of this entry »


Remote backup for free in about 10 minutes

In addition to a local backup it is a good idea to set up an online/remote/off-site backup to protect your data from fire/theft/flood or any other disaster which would destroy a local backup. There are several online backup providers which offer a free starter package (usually 2GB), and then more storage space for a nominal monthly fee. Read the rest of this entry »

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