How to Back Up Your Files Now That CrashPlan Isn't an Option
CrashPlan was a no brainer for me as it had excellent Linux support with unlimited storage. While Backblaze may be an excellent alternative now for many users, it does not have a Linux desktop client. They have a sort of B2 storage service but that is not the same thing (it seems though you could pair this storage service using your own client such at CloudBerry to achieve something similar).
So guess what I'll be comparing over the next few weeks to replace my offsite storage provider....
|How to Back Up Your Files Now That CrashPlan Isn't an Option
Today, one of the best cloud backup services, CrashPlan, announced it was ending support for consumers. CrashPlan for Home will be put to rest on October 23, 2018. While the option to sign up for or renew your CrashPlan for Home subscription is gone, current CrashPlan for Home users will receive an extra 60 days of backup service gratis.